Les Pages aux Folles
Links To My Writing on the Web
*spark"when push came to be shoved"
"the education of corporations"
"native media/natural media"
"life inside the universal machine"
"the $100 billion shrug"
"are you experienced?"
"content is king - content creators are (apparently) clowns"
"built in concrete"
"who do you trust?"
"the gift of generalized exchange"
"peace, love, understanding and communications technology."
"not the masterpiece it should have been"
"in video veritas"
"film fax: the picture degrades with successive copies..."
"left side of hollywood"
"hollywood - geniuses need not apply"
"thanks for all the fish"
An article I wrote about my experience getting a degree online.
An article I wrote about my experience with a Canadian experiment in online learning involving five universities across the country.
An article for an online journal devoted to words about how individual words matter less than certain forms in the development of some kinds of jokes.
Scope: An Online Journal of Film Studies
An exploration of one of Buster Keaton's masterpieces for a British film journal.
Links to other funny people on this crazy bunch of tubes we call the Internet
Huge Collection of Jokes, new jokes, funny jokes, blonde jokes, yo mama jokes all at infojokes.com
Links to the Web Pages of Friends and Students
One of the business ventures of tech goddess Gisela McKay. You know she's good because she doesn't even bother to have "www" in her URL!
The latest business venture of tech goddess Gisela McKay. Still no "www" - this woman is good!
Shot in a day. Edited in a day. Screened in a day. On the Fly is the coolest video festival around, and now, when not running the festival, they have a guerilla video shooting school. (They're also great people.)
Fiction and thoughts by one cool dog.
Home page of Ryerson student Jess Brouse. Green activism and biological art - Jess has some fascinating interests...
Ryerson student Braden Dean's unique cartoon stylings.
I've written my share of articles for them over the years. Cool publication.
Links To Other Things I Like
You say you want an interesting post-apocalyptic novel, but The Road is too...Cormac McCarthyesque for you? Why don't you check out Stephen B. Pearl's Tinker's Plague? I read with Stephen at the Ad Astra science fiction convention, and when I was listening to him? Goosebumps. Check his writing out!
You thought I was the only political humour writer on the Internet from Toronto? Are you kidding? I'm probably not the only political humour writer on the Internet on my block! Still, in the interests of intracity amity, I would like to call your attention to MapleRag. Cool, funny stuff - you should definitely check it out!
They've got the most extensive collection of comics and editorial cartoons of any page I have ever seen, and most of it is free. Doonesbury, Non-Sequitur, Tom Toles (best editorial cartoonist in the world!), Ted Rall, Helen, Sylvia, Boondocks, Tom the Dancing Bug and so much more!
If you can't say something nice, say something surreal. Are we having fun yet? You bet!
This is one very sweet comic. The fact that adrian ran one of my guest comics in no way swayed my opinion -- I really liked it before.
This is one very cynical comic. No, really. You think you're cynical? You don't have a clue...
Consistently smart and funny online comic. And, I'm not just saying that because I believe in solidarity among multiverse explorers (although, of course, I do).Title: Gossip
Desc.: Celebrity gossip blog updated 24/7 with the latest news of your favorite celebs.
Reciprocal links are a wonderful thing!
Welcome, Science Fiction Fans!
What Were Once Miracles Are Now Children's Toys, Luna for the Lunies!, The Street Finds its Own Uses for Mutant Technologies and The Alternate Reality News Service's Guide to Love, Sex and Robots in the Archive Section, as well as a new Alternate Reality News story every week in the New Section. They are clearly marked [ARNS] for easy identification. And, please feel to browse through the other writing, cartoons and miscellaneous oddments - you never know what you might enjoy!
Welcome Back My Friednishes To The Show That Never EdnishesI now have a Facebook author/fan/whatever you want to call it page: Ira Nayman's Thrishty Friednishes. Go, look around, like it if you feel so inclined and feel free to leave a comment. I have only just started it, so it may be a little sparse at the moment, but I will add content based on what people post they would like to see. Within reason.
Would you be interested in immortality?
technology and anything except love and sex. It's a thing with him. Don't ask. ARNS is now soliciting questions for these advice columns from readers. That means you! If, after reading any of the columns, you are inspired to write a question of your own, please submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org! (Without the exclamation mark, because that would just be rude.) If your question is selected, your name and a link to your Web site will be posted on this Web site, which, at almost 14 years old, may not exactly be immortal, but is pretty darned long-lived. So, okay, maybe we oversold it a bit. But, what the heck? Have fun with it. We look forward to reading your questions!