Obligatory Links Page
Every website has a links page.
Where I Am
As my online empire grows and I start signing up for more accounts at
more websites, it's getting harder and harder for me to keep track of
where all I am. So, this is for you as much as it is for me.
Chaos in a Box
You are here.
My podcast, where I get the things out of my system that I can't say on
Back in 2003, my computer crashed, and I wanted a quick and easy way to
maintain my online presence until it was fixed. (Such things were
important to me back then.) The result was my blog, Midnight Ramblings.
Chaos in Print: The Further
Adventures of the Scarecrow
My original blog, where I wrote a 2-page essay about the state of my
life from 1999-2006.
I write movie reviews! Mainly as a way to justify to myself why I keep
going even though they've gotten so expensive.
My YouTube Channel
One of my new experiments is making videoes about events I go to and
posting them. Check them out!
My picture gallery is still old-school...I design a webpage for each
and every picture. Then I started putting them on Facebook, because
that was easier. I keep saying someday I'm going to get off my butt and
just open a Flikr account.
I can jump on a fad as much as the next person. So, I'm on Facebook.
New years bring new fads, so let's jump on Twitter as well.
Just a fun hobby thing I do. I send postcards to random strangers and
random strangers send postcards to me.
The website of Kenten Bowick, my bestest friend in the whole wide world
(and the guy who designed most of this website). Check out his
portfolio, and read the latest on his upcoming projects.
The blog of Joanna Pearce, also a close, dear friend. She's currently
working her way across the world, and here's where she documents the
A struggling young radio producer that I went to NAIT with. In her
spare time, she's a techno/trance recording artist. Sample some of her
An aspiring computer programmer that I went to Augustana with. Check
out his blog!
Karyn Germain Newsletter
Germain was a classmate of mine at NAIT. Her shimmering eyes,
sparkling smile, and sardonic wit always brightened my day. And
now, thanks to her blog, she continues to brighten my day, as she
dispenses advice to her friends, mocks ads on Kijiji, and posts
pictures of kitty-cats. Thank you, Karyn, for being awesome.
I went to school with this guy! We're friends! We hang out on weekends!