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Please note: Our format changed as of 10/18/07 – see the front page and full archives for more recent listings. Thanks.


 
  • Thinking Woman's Diary 8/29/04 
    Description: a creative domain where one woman's philosophies, revelations and reflections get hung out to dry
    Comments: From star-gazing to the 60s, cell phones to ferocious winter gales, a clock with a mind of its own to the need to "make the most of every single breath."  Ann's fresh, creative domain is a treat if you ask me.  She's been documenting her "philosophies, revelations and reflections" there since April – a mass of well-written content that's quite engaging.  The Thinking Woman – the appropriate moniker.  "One thing we often forget is how much power we have."
     
  • anthropy 8/20/04 
    Description: photoblog. a picture a day
    Comments: The photography and short videos are extraordinary.  Bernard captures color, light, texture, and detail with great skill, in my opinion.  Pictures, not words, can better illustrate what I mean.  Like the promenade, twisted, and montreal's angels (definitely my favorite).  Seeing what Bernard sees is interesting and amusing, to say the least...;~))
     
  • Olde English Sketch Comedy 8/16/04 
    Description: video sketches from a comedy troupe – new content weekly (Quicktime) (some mature content)
    Comments: Today's pick, "in its new form, will be updated with a new video on a weekly basis, making it the only regularly updated sketch site on the internet," according to Ben Popik, one of the comedy troupe's 10 current members (and site builder).  Okay, so there's a lot of sites out there that call themselves funny and update regularly, but every Quicktime video I watched here, last night and this morning, was funny!  Excellent production and a crew of very talented comics.  It's more in the league of SNL comedy in my opinion, but there's nothing typical about it.  From a tale of two hungry rappers to a case of Adam Fever (oops, I meant cabin fever) to a slew of hilarious Apple Switch Parodies, it's pure entertainment!  The videos carry a CC license and visitors are invited to "download, distribute, and share them."  At the very least, do watch a few of 'em...
     
  • go photoblog 8/10/04 
    Description: color and black & white photography
    Comments: Go, a/k/a Pixelillusion, relaunched the site less than a month ago with a picture of his fiancé.  Beautiful shot.  Beautiful subject.  There's some other great people pics in the archives too.  The previous version appears to have been taken offline, so it's a fresh start for his photoblog, which already has 27 shots posted.  I like the site design – it's minimal with simple, small icons for navigation and the photos stand out nicely in the open space.  Information on each shot, links to its categories, and occasional commentary by Go appear in the pop-up comments window instead of on the page.  I particularly like his black & white shots, especially this and that...;~))  

    Note: Go's old site (no longer updated) is here.
     

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