Monday, January 17, 2005

Rarities and Oddities

I've been locked to my computer for nearly five hours straight. Thankfully, a taste of the Grand Napoleon coupled with the gentle sounds of Sufjan Stevens' Michigan rolling through ITunes makes a thesis proposal nearly bearable. It's time for a break:

Despite a proliferation of lackluster ramblings in the world of blogging (not to say the velvy is excluded), odd gems occasionally emerge. Today's notables include this Nick Drake inspired offering and an update on the Sudbury Industrial Art scene. Enjoy.

7 Comments:

Blogger Rufus said...

Many thanks for your kudo!

12:45 PM  
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12:45 PM  
Blogger kilpatrick said...

Quite nice I must say. Very refreshing indeed.

1:04 AM  
Blogger kilpatrick said...

I would suggest that you go to www.johnmann.ca

9:53 PM  
Blogger Dick said...

It's good to see Spirit of the West back in some form!!!

1:03 AM  
Blogger Dick said...

What happened to the Village of Cookstown???? Did it close down? Did it succumb to the 'Rural Revolution'... has the leadership been deposed?

4:43 PM  
Blogger kilpatrick said...

I'm just looking for something to write about...don't worry it will come to me soon. The site is still alive, but like a conch shell with nothing of substance inside. Am I self analyzing again...its possible.

11:43 PM  

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