Hello all and welcome to my most excellent web page! My goal in adding this page to the WTS is to entertain my fellow toasters, and maybe even a small segment of the rest of the Web. I'll endeavor to add something new every week, so keep checking in, or look for any announcements about my pages in The Wunderland Weekly News.
My offerings will fall into two categories: First, original works; artwork, music, photos, or writing that I'm collecting here for self-publication on a scale unimaginable a few years ago. Hopefully, the world's collective yawn won't totally blow me over, but I think you'll enjoy it if you've gotten this far. Second, Stuff I Found On The Web, brought back and held up to the light for your enjoyment. There's a whole underground world of music publication on the Web through a device called "MIDI", and I have a link page or two of my favorites for you to cruise. Also, in commenting on an issue or interest of mine, I'll write some essays filled with links for you to read.
Go directly to the corners of my electronic world by using the navigation bar appearing at the top of this page, or jump down below this section to find out what I've added this week. I'll also be experimenting with time, allowing you to scroll through previous weeks' versions of my pages where appropriate.
Here is this week's nanofic.
Arrrggg! Just as I finally got around to recommending Out Of Fika it picks that week to destroy itself. Check back next week sometime, maybe the author will have his site back up. Really, it's a great comic! This week's comic is a great one too, but I had to think a long time about whether to put it up there where just anybody could click it. Definitely R rated, but with some undeniable redeeming values. Well, I was going to scan a photo or two in for you, but maybe next week. Oh well, heck, here's one. I'll add it to my photo archive later. Intentionally sized annoyingly large.
This photo is a re-enactment of one done by my grandfather over 50 years ago. He was an artist in Springfield Missouri, experimenting with a lot of cubisim and other modern art of the time, and also did a lot of photography. The hubcab in this photo, however, is mine, and from the beloved '47 Nash, which sat in the driveway of my appropriately old house for most of the years I've lived here, undergoing stabs of restoration until I gave up and eventually sold it when I thought I'd be moving out three years ago.
Other corners of my annex:
Play my MIDI links!
(why and how)
f1.7, Charles Dickson's Photo Essays
The Lisa Joy Adulation Page