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There are plenty of geeky topics on Frostopolis.
But you're reading Slashdot, so you already have more than enough Vitamin G in your diet.
Take a break from all that, and look at some pictures!
Actual hand-made art, generally of the frame-it variety. It's good for you, and you're procrastinating anyway...
Well, I finally did it. Made a blog. I guess that makes me a blogger.
The goods are at Frostopolis.com, and the subject matter is mostly a mix of art, technology and global culture.
Please check it out if any of that stuff interests you.
In the unlikely event anyone is reading this...
Betavote has turned out to be quite popular. We're serving around 40 thousand page views a day.
Funsies. Check it out.
What if the whole world could vote in the US presidential election?
That's the idea behind a little project my friend Daniel Young thought up. I made a fairly minimal website for it.
Check it out here:
It is of course just an unofficial poll but if enough people take a second to vote it could get very interesting.
I've been tinkering off and on with a new artistic endeavor...
It's not big enough to make any formal announcement about it yet, but on a lark I decided to post a link to it here. You know, in case anybody actually reads my Slashdot Journal.
Here we go:
I wish Slashdot had AdWords-like ads
...because I often click on people's website and sig links if their comments are interesting.
I think it would be really cool to see what the slashdotters would come up with in terms of low-budget ads.
Targeted by topic of course.
It seems weird and stupid to me that Slashdot, which lives on the comments of its members, only allows advertising for the deep-pocketed.
Why can't someone run an ad for ten bucks? Say, only on YRO posts, rotated, and maybe it's only a thousand impressions. Still it would be good.
i wish the journals allowed more HTML