September 2003 Archives
Supply-Side Jesus is Al Franken's take on the New Testament if it were written by Republicans, in comic strip form.
A new (very new!) site for keeping track of upcoming events (conecerts, theatre, etc.), letting your friends know you're attending, and finding out what else is happening in your city. At the moment there are only a few people using it, but it could become really handy if other people start to use it. (I added Winnipeg to the cities, but haven't added any events yet.)
"Later this year" Celebrity Mole returns, and so do some of the "celebrities" from the last series! This time the C-list celebrity magic takes place in the Yucatan.
The Fab Four (3? 2? 1?) are suing Apple, probably over the use of the apple logo in connection with music. Would the original Paul McCartney have put up with this sort of thing?
I've just started reading this online Flash comic called Broken Saints (although, I think technically they prefer the term "cinematic literature"). It's by three guys from Vancouver. They're site is very slick, and they must work on the project full time, but apparently they make no money at it. They do it for the art. Kinda brings a tear to my eye.
IKEA product names: gotta love 'em. I always assumed they were random Swedish, but it turns out there are naming rules. Well, more like guidelines.