November 30th 2001: Building
Hey hepcats, this web-site building thing is straight from the fridge. But I knew that. I do it for a living. This is, by the way, a roundabout way to apologise for the lack of content at the moment. I swear I lead a life full of interesting anecdotes and possess a head brimming with at the very least entertaining ideas. But who am I trying to convince here? Anyway, I've been doing a lot of webmastering for work and I've been too burned out to make many outlandish pages. If you want to peek at what I've been working on, click here. (I hope the guys don't mind).
Anyway, I'll be pounding out more of my secret world here in the future. Peace.
November 25th 2001: It's alive!
Welcome. This page is now being beamed to you live via massively bi-directional communications network. This is not television, people: you are the publisher. Thanks to the growth of the internet and ever more powerful computers, the means of cultural mass production are being dispersed at a geometric rate on a global scale and the costs of production are falling like a rock. In other words, the days of huge international syndicates controlling the data of culture is coming to a close.
You don't need to be a billionare to publish anymore. The internet makes it possible for anyone to publish anything viewable by anyone else with access to the network. Think about that for a minute. The power is in your hands. Your homepage is just as accessible as the New York Times. It's a big step forward for meritocracy, baby.