Archive for July, 2002

4:44 AM

Thursday, July 11th, 2002

Daylight.  Again. 

Making pasta, folding laundry, biding life.  Maybe I will start writing informatively and with detail someday soon, like Mary does, instead of these cryptic, lame, lazy non-efforts –an excuse for a post.

In the meantime, try this.  I have been visiting my archives. 

I think I have designed everything I have done in my life to make obvious the fact that I could have done much more, with the intention to inspire in any casual observer the question (or at least the desire to ask), “what went wrong here?”  But that comes from an antique need, long obsolete and unresolvable by anyone but me. 

Net radio raises a pirate flag

Friday, July 5th, 2002
Net radio raises a pirate flag
For McLeod and others like him, it’s not about revenue or about large numbers of listeners. He’s inspired by Radio Caroline and the other ship-based stations that broadcast off the coast of Britain in defiance of that country’s radio monopoly in the 1960s and 1970s, he says.

“I’m not going undercover to hide from the RIAA,” McLeod said. “If people don’t oppose their paid-for legislation, then democracy is in serious trouble. Your U.S. democracy doesn’t look too healthy from here anyway.”

the inventor of streamer