Monday, June 18, 2007
A fairly straightforward week this week, the last in probably some time. Enjoy it while it lasts, I suppose. The Punk Planet blog saw two posts this week, one about Chicago theater folks' the Neo-Futurists asking for zinemakers to send their stuff; the other documented the call for help put out by friends and publishing stalwarts McSweeneys. MEGO followed the McSweeneys announcement as well, dabbled in Google AdWords, and looked at the implications of the New York Times' latest advertisement numbers. And, of course, cuteness abounded in 1-800-Roosevelt. Happy reading.
Saturday, June 9, 2007
We've moved the show out to the suburbs for the week to get a break from the routine. The change of venue brought with it a change of attitude and all sorts of new blog posts! In my Punk Planet blog, I talk about the din of the cicadas and how it's so different than the sounds of the city. In MEGO, I write about the continuing specter of Ron Burkle, cross post to a Punk Planet entry, and comment on someone else's quantification of the changing state of print. In 1-800-Roosevelt, you're treated to a rousing rendition of "The Cream Song," and more pontificating about cicadas. Enjoy!
Wednesday, June 6, 2007
I believe in site-specific blogging, meaning I don't think a catch-all blog is the way to go. I want my blogs to be about specific things, from the very serious to the personal to all points in between. As a result, I don't want to have a single blog--I want lots and lots. This page collects feeds from each blog I write and puts them all in one place. Enjoy!