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Tuesday, February 15, 2005


Got a paid account today, so I went out and made some feeds. I don't guarantee that these blogs are any good, I typically only took a quick glance at them first:


Interesting looking blogs that were already syndicated:


Blogs with clever names:

fistfullofeuros (has extensive links to European blogs, broken down carefully by type)

1:08PM - Delirium's Realm RSS

I've just added the RSS 2.0 feed for Delirium's Realm.com. They have a lot of interesting stuff relating to theology, Kabbalah, et cetera. My personal favorite section that they have is a list of the 72 demons from the Goetia (with sigils!). :)

Here's the feed: deliriumsrealm

Current mood: contemplative

6:42PM - HME PVRBlog

The folks at pvrblog created a new blog dedicated to HME - and I've added a syndicated feed to LiveJournal: hmepvrblog.

Current mood: busy

6:51PM - Social Security RSS Feed

aarp_socialsec is a brand new weblog for staying current with AARP's position on the important issue of strengthening Social Security. The blog is updated daily. Enjoy.

7:08PM - "Letters to the Internet"

"Remember when we all thought the internet was going to make our lives easier?

How optimistic we all were. But why not? The Cold War was over, so anything was possible, obviously. And yes sir, the internet was going to revolutionize the whole fucking planet. Computers all over the world would be connected, and we'd all be talking to one another -- one great, world-wide open conversation, a dialogue of thoughts, ideas, and PROGRESS! Somewhere along the line, and I'm arbitrarily placing the marker at 1995, that all degenerated into "Hey. Wanna cyber?"

Because all the internet really wants to do is fuck you.

(from Letters to the Internet)

Letters to the Internet is the new blog of John Underwood, a good friend of mine and a somehat decent human being. In it, he writes about whatever happens to be on his mind at the time ... but somehow, reading his random notes on existence always makes me Think. And Thinking is important, you know. He is a keen observer of the human condition, a rare mind in this Future era we live in, and I recommend reading these words of his to any and all. This blog is syndicated on LJ at under_net.

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