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7/19/07 - A triumphant return! Or not...

Today I made a pretty big update to The DOS Page. It came out nice, if I do say so myself. Unfortunately, this is all I have to show even though I've been gone for five months. But hey - quality over quantity, right?

2/17/07 - Due to boredom, I have once again returned.

Stop everything - Dan's actually updating his website! Today I added two new Album Mini-Reviews. The first one is for Jethro Tull's debut album, This Was. The other one is for Miles Davis' In a Silent Way (my first jazz review, actually).

2/4/07 - An update...kinda.

Even though I haven't made a major update since November, I'm working on something which should be finished soon. In the meantime, I removed the TV section (because it sucked), and added "No Reality" to the links page.

1/6/07 - Still alive...

Yeah, I'm still around. Between school, the holidays, and birthdays galore, the last few months have been extremely busy. However, now that everything seems to be slowing down, maybe I'll actually start updating my site again.

At the moment, I'm working on some new stuff for the site, but I'm not sure how long that will last (I have the attention span of a five-year-old.) Hopefully I'll make at least one good update before I start the spring semester.

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Quick Reviews

The Kinks - Arthur (1969)
One of the best sleeper hits of all time. You'll be hard-pressed to find such gorgeous melodies anywhere else. A

Gov't Mule - Gov't Mule (1995)
The Mule's debut album demonstrates remarkable musicianship, but only a handful of songs are actually memorable. Try Dose (1998) instead. C+

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