June 15, 2006

One Thinks of Homer

Filed under: web — ted @ 4:52 pm

Folks, tomorrow is Bloomsday. As always, I am impossibly excited. Do what you can to head down to the Rosenbach Museum and Library (where the original manuscript is housed) for the festivities. Sweet are the sweets, the sweets of sin.

When one reads these strange pages of one long gone one feels that one is at one with one who once…

— from Proteus

Various Internet sundries:

  • The RIAA hopes to target folks who dance/sing along to songs and then post the video on YouTube. Can they really be serious?
  • Web 2.0 is really big.
  • Salon is putting together a super sweet literary guide to the world. Nice work, guys.
  • Last night, Rufus Wainwright performed the entirety of Judy Garland’s “Judy at Carnegie Hall” concert. I firmly believe this to be the gayest event ever.
  • World Cup News: Ronaldo, in what seems to be a less-dramatic repeat of his 1998 meltdown, checked into the hospital after he performed poorly in Brazil’s 1-0 defeat of Croatia. I suppose the pressure of the world’s greatest football nation is rather crushing…

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