varnish and warcraft

just went over to varnish’s opening. the place looks great, they did a sweet job with it. seems like they have everything minna over there. they even got jenny greenberg to design the website and ben jenkins to program it. gabe was bartending, saboo and krishna at the door. ming came through with the snake for the toilet as both mens and womens were clogged. i got out of there in a hurry, as the NA beer started wailing at my bladder with nowhere to go but the street or minna.
houston came over to minna and showed me some new online warcraft games. so now i am here playing some warcraft. it’s full on hip hop night around here, some mcees are out there proclaiming how they are certainly fine fine rappers. ok im going back to gaming.

purpose, manifesto, etc.

so im sitting here thinking to myself all the things that i am going to do on this website, suspecting the possibiliy that within a month i will be bored of it and look at it every so often. i am also wondering whether having your name registered as a domain name is a) a wise idea for privacy b) highly lame and egotistical c) useful whatsoever. as to the first, there pretty much is no such thing as privacy left, and anyhow i use the internet all the time for everything and if someone wanted to data mine me, they could find out more about me than i know myself. as to (c), it doesn’t bother me, because most anything that human beings do besides eat shit and sleep could be characterized by someone somewhere as completely useless. well, let me qualify that: most things i see other people doing appear to me to be without much usefulness. and besides, at varying times in my life i have and will continue to consider myself a musician. worse yet a singer/songwriter.
so is it highly egotistical and lame to have your own domain name? i dont think so. just because you dont have one yourself doesnt mean that it’s not a good idea.

just to prove how ego-less my eponymous website is going to be, i just added a manifesto category for classifying these posts.

sorry again

sorry about the still crappy appearance of the site. even though it is only about a day old, it is still pretty much an eyesore. just posted that last post and had a good look at what needs changing, which is basically everything. but im psyched on the fact that it’s up and operational, cruising with mysql very tastefully.

domain name

the domain name has propogated, and this is now….nice. now i have to get this page looking a little crisper. as in a lot.
ron and mark are hanging at sac terrace working off what appear to be brutal hangovers. seems like some kind of publicity campaign needs to be waged against the overall impression on the street that 111 minna has closed its doors for good. need to let people know its just 55.5 minna for the next .25 or so years……..

party on

ronny, mark, mark and i kick it hard at the buddha bar in chinatown.



so by the time you are reading this, i probably will have ironed out most of the cosmetic flaws, so i decided to save for posterity’s sake an image of what this thing looks like right now. fuck this is going to be the most mundane website of all time. mebbe i can take up a hobby of taking pictures of cancelled stamps or something more exciting than this crap.

Download “this looks like dogshit” as a pdf file


that image deal is cool. what is not cool is fucking around with the templates in moveable type. i wish i could figure out a less laborious way of dealing with these style sheets, by the time i do i will be done with the fucker.

testing the image deal

this might be pretty cool. the image magick perl plugin creates thumbnails of the images that you upload to the site.


this isn’t yet. i have a default template to the blogger. whatever, it’s still pretty cool.