Sunday, August 26, 2007

MUSIC: Music by Sidearm

At last, some new music :) I know, I was getting into an ebook thing there for awhile. Well, here is a great new album for you from the Internet Archive. Very indie-rock, some cool songs. Unfortunately, there is only one file resolution available, and it's huge. But the Internet Archive lets you listen on-site so you can try it out first.

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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

OTHER: 101 Things in 1001 Days

The 101 Things in 1001 Days Project is a rapidly spreading internet meme wherein one chooses 101 things to do, and resolves to do them in the next 1001 days. The 'things' range from financial and social goals to lists of things to read, learn, do, see or buy. Some are tiny things, some are more involved, and most lists posted to the project's website thus far are a mix of both.

I just love Massive Internet Projects of this sort, Nanowrimo and Script Frenzy and all that good stuff. This is right up my alley, and I've posted my list here for reference. You may notice that several of the items on it relate to this blog: learn to re-mix music and post it on cc-mixter, post 100 more Creative Commons songs to the blog and watch 100 classic movies from the Internet Archive Feature Films Collection.

Most of my other goals are of the more personal sort, but should you wish to follow my progress, I humbly refer you to my Live Journal, where I'll be blogging my progress. Wanna join me? Post your 101 things somewhere, then leave me a link in the comments.

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Thursday, August 09, 2007

OTHER: Make Your Own Notebook

I have a new mini-brochure up at Scribd. It's about how to make your own refillable mini-notebook using the notebook size of your choose, a hole punch and a plastic duotang. DIY all the way!

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Wednesday, August 01, 2007

EBOOK: Short Stories from Strange Horizons

On-line sci-fi magazine Strange Horizons has been offering authors the option of making their web-archived work available under a Creative Commons license. The editor has made lists of these stories available here and here. Enjoy!

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