brainwagon "There is much pleasure in useless knowledge." — Bertrand Russell


Rock On, Rock ON

Need an inexpensive hobby? Try Rock Balancing. Bill Dan appears to be rather good at it.


Phantom of the Opera

Lon Chaney as the PhantomTime for another Gutenberg Gem! While listening to the notes on my DVD of the Phantom of the Opera, I was reminded that the tale was based upon the 1894 novel by Gaston Leroux, and thought to myself "Golly, that should be in the public domain" and sure enough, Project Gutenberg has it in their catalog. I'm told it has a bit of a different ending than the film. I'll probably burn through it in the next day or two. Enjoy!


Expect New Bumper Music Shortly!

Brilliant! Link courtesy of Dan Lyke at Flutterby!.


Cinnamon Bear Podcast

Well, it's November 29, which means that my podcast of the classic radio serial The Cinnamon Bear has officially begun. There are 26 episodes, each slightly longer than ten minutes, which culminate on Christmas Eve. I hope you all enjoy it.

Initially there was a small bug in my RSS feed generator which accidently produced the feed in reverse order. If you got the Cinnamon Bear Podcast early on the morning of the 29th, you might wish to try again to get the MP3 files in their proper order. Sorry for the mixup.