flowers and filters and rock ‘n roll

You can see how the Purdue University’s 2002 Poinsettia Trials are doing by watching them on the PoinsettiaCam [link updated]. Did someone say something about watching the grass grow? Remind me again why filters on computers in public libraries is a good thing? Flesh Public Library in Piqua (Ohio) had to change it’s domain name … Continue reading “flowers and filters and rock ‘n roll”

You can see how the Purdue University’s 2002 Poinsettia Trials are doing by watching them on the PoinsettiaCam [link updated]. Did someone say something about watching the grass grow?

Remind me again why filters on computers in public libraries is a good thing? Flesh Public Library in Piqua (Ohio) had to change it’s domain name because the filters on their public computers blocked access to their home page.

Maya Price has written an unpublished open letter to the editors of Rolling Stone magazine regarding their so-called Women in Rock issue. You’ll have to scroll down the page a little to get to it.

By RS standards, Rock is no longer a style of music but a trendy costume to be whipped up by expensive stylists and slapped onto the latest pop tart barbie doll. Give a girl some tight pants and a spiky bracelet and POOF! She ROCKS!

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  1. So I’m going through my webstats and seeing where links to my site come from and such … and I come upon this link. So I browsed to it to find someone (namely, you) bogarted the shameless plug icon (from where I stole it, I don’t remember) from one of my blogs.

    Now, while I really couldn’t care less about your second-hand theft ;^), I did wonder where you got to my website from and who you are. I’m browsing through your site and enjoying my journeys, but am at a loss as to whether I actually know you, or whether you went to my site by accident and just found the icon and that was that.

    I’d really like to hear back from you if I haven’t already scared you by finding you out.

    Anon.

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