I think that just about says it all. I plan on paying special attention to hours 36-44, as i think they will be the most delirious. I suggest you give them a try. Hopefully they can give that awful Survivor Blog (and i refuse to link to it) a run for its money on the active bloggers list.
To hear the audio file i posted last nite while my server is still being very silly, click HERE for a HTTP stream.
I often wonder… who exactly am i trying to get to come to my site? The crew from shafted visits often, as do my friends, but i’m not sure what random crowd of people i am trying (and have been trying for the past two years) to attract. I suppose that i am a fan of a few sites similar to my own, and so am looking for other young and arty net denziens. However, i think the only other website i know of that has a similar DIY songwriting theme is Leigh Marble’s Laughing Stock Records. So who am i looking for? Someone to listen to me play? It’s not as if i am uder some misguided impression that i’ll be “discovered” on the internet, i just think sites like mine (lo-fi, often updated, personal, songwriting) should probably be more prevalent than they already are. Perhaps i need to look around a bit more…
Things i did last nite:
As accurately predicted last night, i am sick. I tried my best to defend against the oncoming illness last night, but to no avail: I gargled with salt water, i drank echinacea tea, i ate soup, i ate more soup. Perhaps this all managed to dull the impact of waking up hot and sore (and not in a good way), but the fact still remains that i am quite a few yards under the weather. Meanwhile, i have to go and tie up loose apartment ends today with Matt. Also, the audio for freespeech still isn’t working. >cough
Of course, the freespeech.org audio server would have to be down in the ten minutes directly following my uploading of a new song. I personally don’t bitch much about freespeech, because they are not only free but offer excellent service. However, i fully intend to be settled in to my own domain name by the time i finish recording the next demo CD. 25megs can be slightly limiting if you intend to juggle large amounts of audio files at once, and my utter lack of a cgi-bin is not helping the situation any. So, i’m in the market for a host with 50megs, real-media servers, and cgi all in their basic service plan. Until then? >Sigh