Over the last couple of months, this site has offered its visitors little respite from boredom. I’ll make no apologies for this, since the lack of updates results directly from my own boredom, which is itself respite from my heated, ongoing battle with the coding of the site’s long-overdue web standards-compliant redesign. There have, however, been a few recent occasions that my attention has been occupied by something other than a spot on the wall or that mean-spirited CSS:
The web site for Princeton’s radio station, 103.3 FM WPRB, recently incorporated a feature that keeps track of what is currently playing on the station, as well as archiving the playlists of all of its shows.
Last month, Dark Matter Magazine published a great interview with Martin Atkins, which manages to cover nearly his entire musical career, including some interesting anecdotes involving John Lydon, Genesis P-Orridge, and more.
And finally, tonight, I was formally introduced to “The Office,” British television’s mockumentary answer to Mike Judge’s Office Space. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen television done this well, and with the first season available on DVD, I was able to see it in the comfort of my own cable-free home.