As Above
Brain children. Those that overlap the Internet.
Dvorak
The improvised card game.
Blog Twinning Project
Democratic blog-pairing.
Two-Word Guestbook
Sign it.
More Besides
Kevan dot org.
Online cliques. Trespassers may be welcome.
Upsideclone
Stem-cell fiction.
Hate the Stupid
Suffering fools.
Mornington Crescent
In outer space.
Exquisite Corpses
Blind collaborative art.
In the bookpile. About to read, or currently reading, or meaning to take back to the library.
The Kraken Wakes
John Wyndham
Dance Dance Dance
Haruki Murakami
Almost Like A Whale
Steve Jones
Incidental music. Ohrwurmen or otherwise.
I'd Love To
Morrissey
You Saw Me Coming
Devant vs Carfax
Other weblogs. The ones I make a point of reading, at least.
About as Funny... AngryBlog The Blast Blue Ruin Crummy Digital Trickery Epiblogue Found Groke Icarus Says Inside Joke Interconnected Life as it Happens LinkMachineGo Orbyn Peace Dividend Qwertyuiop RavenBlog Sore Eyes Venusberg The View from Here Wherever You Are

(Updated UK Blogs)

Supporting cast. That have Web pages. In alphabetical order.
Adam Alice Chrissy Dan Dave Dunx Eperdu John Lori Nik Paul Raven Riana Sandy Simes Tracy Tyrethali Yao Zarba
Weeks beginning. All having ended.
2002: 06.05 29.04 22.04 15.04 08.04 01.04 25.03 18.03 11.03 04.03 25.02 18.02 11.02 04.02 28.01 21.01 14.01 07.01

2001: 31.12 24.12 17.12 10.12 03.12 26.11 19.11 12.11 05.11 29.10 22.10 15.10 08.10 01.10 24.09 17.09 10.09 03.09 27.08 20.08 13.08 06.08 30.07 23.07 16.07 09.07 02.07 25.06 18.06 11.06 04.06 28.05 21.05 14.05 07.05 30.04 23.04 16.04 09.04 02.04 26.03 19.03 12.03 05.03 29.02 26.02 19.02 12.02 05.02 29.01 22.01 15.01 08.01 01.01

2000: 25.12 18.12 11.12 04.12 27.11 20.11

Archive search. You never know.

 Saturday  the Fourth of May, 2002
Behold a gimmick: randomly-selected links from the year and a half that As Above has been noting my transient online interests. As much for my own use as anyone's.
An impressive photomosaic picture of Christ, made from fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Something of a metaphor for religion itself, there.

Gimmickry: Jump to a Random Archive Link

 Thursday  the Second of May, 2002
Mobile spam evolution - another text message (slightly mutated for extra ambiguity and money) telling me of a secret admirer whose identity I can discover for the price of a four-minute phonecall, at 1.50 per minute. Presumably I have to spend these four minutes giving them the phone numbers of people I think it might be, people with active mobile phone numbers who can receive spam about secret admirers, before an automatic spam engine breaks in and confesses its undying electronic love for me and my calling credit.

I can see this getting worse and worse. And the only way to filter messages from strangers being to upgrade to a new phone model. Or throw your phone away. It's getting nearer that time.

 Tuesday  the Thirtieth of April, 2002
Some Internet radio station apparently has an hour's worth of interview with HMHB's Nigel Blackwell lying around. A pity there's no transcript, but I suppose we have to move with the times.

 Monday  the Twenty-Ninth of April, 2002
Ninety percent of zombie related fatalities occur in the home. I think they've been watching different films to me, but you can still get a zombie warning system and peace of mind for just $39.95. [via Adam]
"Feh. I say, individually tailor the execution to each specific instance."
Tyre plays the spoons at Upsideclone. Not sure if the suspiciously-similar voices are intentionally so. Bonus ambiguity points.
An Insoluble Question, a brief Flann O'Brien story. Whether the unexamined beard is worth bearing. [via Blue Ruin]
"It's not suicide, it's murder." - in a ridiculous leap of redundancy, suicide bombers have been half-seriously rebranded as homicide bombers by the American presidency/media, for the comforting benefit of any stupid Americans who are unable to listen to the rest of the headlines for context, or are unsure whether the news refers to premeditated quarrying accidents, or something. Is the word "bomber" really that confusing and ambiguous?

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