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March 27, 2004

A brief history of Hip-Hop, told in album covers. more inside
toilet paper (Quicktime, 14MB)
Is it "breakfast" or "blargh"? Food considered delectable in some cultures, scary or "git me a 12-foot pole" gross in others. More controversial comestibles here, as written by one of those (self-proclaimed) "annoying travelers who boast about the disgusting food they've lived to tell about (and tell about and tell about)." more inside
BBC Boners The content of this article has already been done, but what do we think of the BBC using an image from Boners?
Across the Generations: Exploring US History Through Family Papers. 'Family papers contain a wealth of information. Most obviously, the history of a particular family can be learned by examining the records a family leaves behind. At the same time, larger trends and events can be traced within the records of one family. Families do not go about their daily lives in a vacuum. They bear and raise children, marry and die, work and play as members of a larger community ... '
Citizen Kubrick more inside
Rate My Poo takes Poo Pride to new heights. Or is that lows?
A search-engine that tries to 'understand' its' visitors and find things you don't know about. This seems like an interesting effort in blending search/suggestion/discussion all into one. I have just signed on via Flork. more inside
Janet Klein
Curious, George: Anyone have any good links to unintentionally hilarious web sites put up by high school acquaintances or ex co-workers. I come not to mock, but merely to admire.
What's in a name? A lot apparently. NYTimes article discusses the politics and economics of names--corporate, show biz and personal. There just aren't enough to go around.
"The bottom line is that he was there at the beginning of so much cool stuff in so many different areas it's not funny". Glen E. Friedman, considered one of the most important photographers of his generation, became well known for working with such rebellious artists as Fugazi, Black Flag, Ice-T, Dead Kennedys, Minor Threat, Misfits, Bad Brains, Beastie Boys, Run-D.M.C, KRS-1, and Public Enemy, as well as old school skateboarders like: Tony Alva, Jay Adams, Alan "Ollie" Gelfand, Duane Peters, and Stacy Peralta, among others.