So, Jeremy Wright, a Canadian blogger had a business meeting in NYC recently. But, he got stopped at the border, subjected to a body cavity search, and then prevented from entering the USA (Home of the Free™). See this blog entry by Neville Hobson for details, and links to Jeremy’s blog.
Jeremy wrote an end-of-story post for his blog, which has gotten many comments, among them this comment by a former Soviet is telling.
One woman’s journal on her experience with a single dosage of testosterone.
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This article in New Scientist covers the rapid expansion of blogging in the People’s Republic. Despite government censorship, more and more people (mostly young, of course) are blogging. Some are group blogs, where users vote for posts to appear on the main page. Interesting, to say the least.
aurgasm is another mp3 blog that I ran across. I like his eclectic choice of music, with strong showings in electronica, jazz, Brazilian jazz, and hip hop.
Listening to Crick Crack from the album “Paris Lounge 4” by The Lovers
Blog of a stencil artist doing pieces in Baghdad. Interesting stuff.
music (for robots) is a blog featuring choice electronica for download in MP3 format. This recent post on freestyle is a nostalgia trip: it sounds like a lot of the stuff I was listening to as a teenager in the early- to mid-80s.
Listening to Diamond Girl (Disco Mix) from the album “12”“ by Nice & Wild
Listening to Concerto In D Minor For Harpsichord from the album “Bach: Four Concerti for Various Instruments” by Robert Wolinsky (harpsichord) & Orchestra of St. Luke's