Category: on horns and tooting

The Big News!

MicrophoneAs announced in last night’s FlashCast, we now have a Flash Pulp Wiki!

Obviously, it’s pretty empty at the moment, but I’ve begun work on a Mulligan article that can be used as a template, so feel free to poke around. If you have a favourite tidbit, please insert it, and I’ll certainly be fussing with it regularly, so keep an eye out.

Perpetual thanks go out to Jim, of The Relic Radio Network, for the space, bandwidth, and effort. If you aren’t already digging into his selections, might I recommend Orson Welles: On The Air, or The Horror?

Also, as a reminder, Flash Pulp will be released on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, this week. You can check out FC011 if you need further explanation!

My Friend, Hume.

Earth & the moon

A friend of mine is undertaking a sekret projekt, which I usually avoid talking about, but some of his recent posts are too good not to spread around.

What do you get when you’re tasked with the creation of the universe? Some interesting observations, and a universe.

Call it the principle of proportional bewilderment. As your imagination works through a power sequence, you can become accustomed to each jarring change of scale, but when a new power is introduced, the feeling is temporarily intensified. – Hume Speaks


Casper, as found at

Regular visitors may have noticed that I run an RSS feed on the right hand side of the site containing people I consider to be friends of, or, in some cases, just friends.

I thought I’d take a moment today to point out who those folks are and give them a little extra pat on the noggin’.

  • The Two Gay Guys – a YouTube cooking channel full of recipes and random fun by two fantastic fellows.
  • Retro Jim – Owner and Operator of Retro Jim’s, the man has a knack for unearthing vintage photography/movies/literature, and providing an interesting perspective on them.
  • Jessica May – Fantastic songstress and audio producer – she just needs to update her blog a little more often.
  • bmj2k – Wrangler of Mr Blog’s Tepid Ride, a hilarious reflection on pop culture by a fellow who could often do without the culture he’s reflecting on.

If you feel like maybe you should have been on this list, or you’d like your site added to my little RSS feed of friendliness, please drop me a line at, or leave a comment on this post.