FOTI #2: What’s Your Blood Meridian Dating Style?
April 4, 2012 Leave a comment
Fortnight on the Internets returns with our second episode!
In this episode, Alpine and Alison discuss the sadness behind March Madness, the magic of Peter Pan’s Home Page, the growing ambitions of Buzzfeed.com, and a video of a young Nine Inch Nails performing on Dance Party USA.
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A small child channels the anguish of March Madness when he weeps about the impending graduation of his favorite player.
Georgetown introduces its new puppy mascot — and reminds Alison of the cruel march of time.
The Composites — literary characters brought to life with creepy police sketch software…
Screenshots of Despair, a website that meditates upon the loneliness and alienation of social media.
Nine Inch Nails performs on Dance Party USA, circa 1991.
Internet Challenge Surprise!
Alpine: Girls are Pretty
Alison: What Should We Call Me
Buzzfeed.com Makes Its Move
But if you prefer the site’s more traditional content, here’s 25 celebrities that look like mattresses.
Pixyland.org, also known as Peter Pan’s Home Page. The webzone of one Randy Constan, which has to be seen to be believed. Mock if you will, but the man fearlessly used the Internet to transcend society’s jibes, find his Tinkerbell and have a fairy tale wedding…
Also, I tracked down an archive of Vicious Rumors’ old Geocities site featuring the character Mitch Hardy.
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