I’ve been wanting to put together a little collage of mini-pics for the site header here (kind of like I had at lancebrown.org). I can’t find the original file to fix that one up, but I bumped into a big collection of thumbnails while looking and very roughly busted this out: The funny thing is, […]
Thank you to the World Society for the Protection of Animals for working so hard to rescue these poor bears from their horrible lives as “bait bears” in one of the most disgusting “sports” still existing in the world today. I support the WSPA. You should too.
Save Rufus Rufus is a young family dog who accidentally bit the child in the family. The family and child hold no grudge, but (Orange County, Florida) animal control has taken away Rufus and is planning to kill him for being “aggressive”. The family just wants them to allow Rufus to be adopted by the […]
Why has this site been 3 years in the making? In part, because of this still-growing list of types of content I’m trying to interweave into it:
I am so fired up to get talking about politics again–and it shows through in my latest appearance on the podcast Dylan Brody’s Neighbor’s Couch. We talk about my web business for a while–I happen to be the web guy behind that site–and then we turn to why I call myself a “green libertarian“, and […]
This is a heartwarming little video showing how children in a remote village use Wikipedia to help educate the older generation about the rest of the world…and turn around and use it to educate the rest of the world about their remote village. It’s the new circle of life! I’m now looking forward to Web, […]
Little known fact: tumbleweeds* are covered in these vicious little thorny things, which fall off and get stuck in shoes and feet, to painful effect. *Update: A friend clarified that while tumbleweeds do have thorny growths, they aren’t the source of goat heads. That source is a ground-creeping plant called (among other nicknames) “Goat head”. […]