Thanks to the Internet Archive, I was able to retrieve several of the first blogs I ever wrote back in 2002/2003. Some stuff is indicative of what I write about now - quotes, mostly. Other posts appear to be direct re-postings of something I saw on the web or was sent via AIM. I used to edit a static page and maintain a PHP guestbook, also suggest folks email me with comments.
Archival posts from the now-defunct ryanprice.org I thought were worth keeping.
If you read this, know that I am celebrating my birthday this Friday (it happens on Tues. the 18th).
I thought about it and I decided to go to Pleasure Island’s Irish pub. It does not cost any money at all to get in, but you must be 21. They have good food, a nice beer selection, and fantastic live music. This is one of my favorite activities in the world.
I think I would like to get down there around 8PM if I can work it out with a Designated Driver and all.
So the details are:
Have you ever felt more at peace out in the middle of an open field, with no electricity or machines nearby? This may be an actual reproducable feeling - to be in tune with the vibrations of the Earth.
Taken from We Make Money Not Art, 10 May 2006
I just came across the blog at Ibiblio.com after checking out Lyceum, which is an great project I will likely be writing about soon. Apparently the guy who writes the blog has an assignment to do statistics for the Facebook, because he has a whole article just about Freshman usage statistics at a particular school.
Does not work (at last not with this theme??). I have been playing with this crap for near on 6 hours with very little fruit. I got bunches of things fixed and added to my gallery, though. YAY for me!
Especially love the RSS reader. I have tried Google’s and Bloglines and a few Dashboard/Konfabulator widgets, but none of them can match what Netvibes is doing.
I also like getting updates on both my gMail accounts right there, and how they let me discover the IceRocket search engine, which gives you thumbnails and preview panes for websites inside the search engine (but I think it is a Google mashup).
I have started my own blogging/media/podcasting network! It is called Liberatr.net, and I am loving every minute of it sofar. I have 5 podcasts and one blog now, and very soon will be adding a second blog, and soon thereafter an internet TV show…
Wish me luck!