My blogroll over there on the right has been in need of an update for a woefully long time. I’ve been using Bloglines and the atlbloggers.net feed to keep up, but that means I end up accidentally ignoring blogs without RSS feeds like Str8jacket, Bad Fetch, Candy Is My Life, and The Kyle. (Incidentally, if any of those blogs do have feeds that I’m missing, please point me toward them. Spanks.)
Good Intentions and Voices In My Head decided to fold up shop. Also The Tao of Dave hasn’t updated since April. BAH-LEETED!
I’ve added some of my newer trivia pals like Drama Wench, Strip Search City, and The Zipman. Also, Audacity is the new home of a well-known, recently relocated trivia blogger.
As for adding links to all the folks I’ve met through APWBWGTTD, and Metroblogging, I decided it made a little more sense to just add a link to atlbloggers.net. Someday, I’d like to have a blogroll as organized as The Scrivener, but that day is not today.
This morning I updated my shizzle to WordPress 1.5.2 and Spam Karma 2.0. WordPress upgrades are so easy that I’m always suspicious whether anything actually gets upgraded. Please let me know if you notice any bugs or if your comments get caught in the new spam filter.
And here’s your fourth and final snareline picture of the week.
Here we are warming up for PASIC 1998 in Orlando behind the Orange County Convention Center. This picture is neat because it looks like a frame taken from some Hollywood summer blockbuster. Imagine the low sinister movie trailer voice: ” … in a world … where everyone marches to the beat of their own drummer … comes a force not dissimilar to some of the more forceful forces ever … 12 hands … six drums … one brain … SNARELINE …” I’m think about blowing some copies of this one up. Let me know if you’d like one.
I’ve been to some big convention centers in my time, but Orlando’s facility is easily the biggest. At least it seemed so then. While we were there, we shared the building with one of those really freaky Christian conventions. Despite having a combined attendance of well over 100,000, we never once crossed paths with any of the cult members. That’s a big facility.