My Ancient Homepage of Outdated Madness
Finally, I have gotten around to creating my own homepage on the Web! While Geocities is not the ideal place, and I can't stand the popup ads, it has made for a simple and easy way to get start, since I was already a member by virtue of a Yahoo email address. To get rid of the ads, click on the upper-right close box three times.
My one current picture
Hey, every rudimentary personal web page has to have at least one home photo. Well I only have one so far, which i got scanned for a holiday e-card since I don't own a scanner.
Steve Kimock is my current favorite improvising musician.
The Dead Head's Taping Compendium is a 3-Volume set of books that contains reviews of every Grateful Dead bootleg concert recording in existence, spanning the ban's entire 30-year history. I contributed reviews to Volume 2 and Volume 3
. I am also a contributor to the upcoming Addendum, which includes reviews of the many Grateful Dead concert recordings that have surfaced in recent years and a discussion of the current CD-R era. Along with a half-dozen or so reviews, I am contributing an in-depth essay on the history and development of "Eyes Of The World", one of my favorite Dead tunes..
I am a former alternative medicine enthusiast-turned-skeptic and I am now much healthier, less fearful about my health, and my medical bills are a fraction of what they once were.
In a previous phase of existence I was a resident staff member of the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, an experience about which I have rather mixed feelings.
A book/website/concept by William Strauss and Neil Howe, about cycles of (primarily) Anglo-American history and how they are fueled by generational dynamics. Although overgeneralized at times, I find the concept highly convincing. I have no doubt that the Crisis, the Fourth Turning, is coming. What it will look like I can only speculate. It will be nothing like the apocalyptic fantasies that are endemic to our culture these days, but it will be real, both a challenge and an opportunity.
A concept created by Jonathan Pontell and taking off like wildfire. Although I am not so crazy about the name, GenJones refers to the large number of adults born roughly 1954-1965, most of whom identify neither with the Baby Boomers or Generation X.
Having been born right smack in the middle of this range, I can relate.