dot-com memory lane
When I started working for IBS, I told myself that I would make a strong attempt at being a writer again. My career trajectory had taken a turn toward editing -- primarily magazine editing -- but I wanted to return to putting the pen to paper. Of course, the opposite happened -- I went from being an editor to being a multimedia/interactive person. Now, I've lost the ability to construct sentences. Today, I stumbled across the first story I wrote for IBS: Top 10 Wacky Internet Events Of 1999. It's almost as funny as this byline: Top 10 Gadgets Of 1999. MP3s? G4s? DVDs? SUVs? This was 1999?
Wow, cool. R. Crumb's The Religious Experience of Philip K. Dick online.
I guess someone was bound to call it "skategate".
Where did George Harrison die? Well, either at Paul McCartney's place or Courtney Love's place.