A fairly extensive collection of links to other websites that I've accrued since going online in 1998. Links are arranged according to topic. It should be noted, though, that just because I link to something doesn't always mean I automatically or necessarily agree with or condone the person, the product/service, or the activity.
Films and film makers
24 Frames Per Second—online film journal.
Prospero's Cell—devoted entirely to Peter Greenaway's 1991 film Prospero's Books.
Screening The Past—online film journal.
Senses of Cinema - an online film journal—academic "cinephile"-oriented film journal.
Silent-Movies.com—home to Arbucklemania and Taylorology, among others.
Fun and games
FuckU-FuckMe. Changing the feel of communication.—I'm hoping this is meant humorously...
Abraxas—Colin Wilson-related site.
Allen Ginsberg—from Levi Asher's Literary Kicks site.
The Eldritch Dark—the online Clark Ashton Smith archive.
Jack Kerouac—another page from Literary Kicks.
Project Gutenberg—established in the Internet's infancy way back in 1971, still serving up free public domain e-books.
Sliced Bardo—tribute to William S. Burroughs, also from Literary Kicks.
2SER FM—the community radio station in Sydney where I work as a volunteer.
Andrew Ford—Australian composer & critic.
The Art of the Mix—website on the art of the mix tape/CD.
Give Christ Back To The Martians—a band I've actually never heard anything by, but I just had to link them when I saw the name.
HevyDevy Records—site for all of Devin Townsend's various projects.
Mojo—I'm a frequent poster to the message board at this website
Oz Music Project—published a review by me once.
Premature Deaths of Rock Stars—surprisingly well-informed Christian propaganda, despite their overly wide definition of the term "rock star". At the end you even get to choose between life and death yourself.
Q - The World's Greatest Music Magazine Online—whatever...
SepulTribe—official Sepultura fan club site.
Skulker—four rock chicks from Sydney; I have a minor crush on at least two of them.
Slayer: The Abyss—Slayer fan site.
Swell: Kinda Stoned—nice collection of links for Swell—tablature, reviews, interviews, etc. PLEASE VISIT THIS SITE… the guy who runs it emailed me one day offering to trade stuff, and since I have nothing to trade, the best I could do was offer to link his site. Please be nice and visit it. Do it for me.
Triple J—the ABC's so-called "youth" network.
www.tinfoil.com—devoted to early sound recordings (as early as 1878), with lots of mp3s.
Jeff Koyen—author of the now defunct Crank 'zine. All the contents of each issue are here, though you have to dig a bit.
Places to go, things to see...
The Bondi Beach Home Page—although I prefer Coogee Beach myself.
The City and District of St Albans Home Page—where my parents lived from 1961 to 1965.
The Greenland Guide—the most ironically (or optimistically?) named country on Earth.
King's Cross Online—proof that the Internet lies; any time I've ever seen King's Cross, it's always struck me as not much better than a shabby hole.
Randwick Council—my local council, the contemptible bastards.
Rennes le Chateau, The mystery—available in multiple languages, though not all the material is available in each language on offer. Plus discussion forums tend to be very different.
Waverley Cemetery—I used to work here.
Authentic Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn® web site—there's an inauthentic Golden Dawn out there?
Christian Guide to Small Arms Online—possibly the most horrific website I've ever discovered
David Icke—have a look, then wonder how it is that Icke gets to roam free on and off the Internet, while you or I would probably get locked up as a paranoid schizophrenic if you or I came out saying the same things as him.
Everything else besides
Seaview Computers—my local computer technology miracle workers. Had it not been for them on a number of occasions, I would've been so far up shit creek without a paddle that I don't know how I'd have ever got back. If you're in the south-eastern suburbs of Sydney and you're ever in drastic need of technical attention, please call on Bob Love.
The University of New South Wales—my old stomping ground.