Practice Sessions: Joseph Dunphy's Site Reviews and Commentary - October 10th, 2011

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October 10th, 2011

02:06 am

Above: "Brazen Disregard" photo from the pool for my personal flickrgroup and yes, I know the place needs work. I'm getting to it.

Chicago at its best: In this photo and a few more to come, you're going to get to watch some laws get more than a little bent, as we watch another piece of Chicago's rapidly vanishing architectural heritage go away for no good reason; you're going to get to hear a part of the story that didn't get onto the news.

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02:08 am

Honey, your skin art is killing the mood; could you turn it down?

Right: Illustration for the programmable tattoo article on Hacked Gadgets, a technology newsblog on the ring.

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02:11 am

Right: Taken from a performance video by Keith Michael Johnson, which I found on the Bubbles Video Frame Page on DewsWorld.

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02:12 am

Above: Thumbnail of picture from the GrailQuest story on PrivyPages, a site run by an antique glass collector who digs for his treasures, who, recalling a past excavation, decides to share ...

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08:51 pm

Left: Still shot from a video of a performance by David "Honeyboy" Edwards, which I found on "Had to Blog Today", a weblog focused on the Blues, found on the ring.


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09:00 pm

Left: August 12, 1877 ... Thomas Edison, anticipating the creation of the Vinyl Fanatics website, decides to invent the phonograph.

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09:02 pm

Above: Thumbnail of screenshot from one member site on the ring, a page devoted to the work of the artist, Jeffrey Spalding, to be reviewed here. Should that site ever go down, it might be preserved in this location in the Internet Archive.

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09:03 pm - Return to Your Ring

Time to return to your ring? You have two options. Maybe.

You should see the title of your ring, below. If not, what that probably means is that Webring has, once again, merged a ring and you'll have to go to the copy of the ring return page for my blog and its homepage at, Webring Webspace or, any of which will get you back to your ring, and at least one of which is probably up and running at the moment. That's option one. Option two is that you click on the name of your ring and go to the appropriate navbar, looking kind of stripped down, but all of the links are there, and this may get you on your way more quickly if either one of the hosts for the blog homepage or Webring itself is running slowly today. No javascript is involved, and you're still here, so I'm guessing that InsaneJournal has been doing fine.

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If you entered my sites from somewhere other than my blog or the introductory page for this blog over on the services mentioned above, you'll need to go to the global ring return page for my sites, where you will find a menu that should help you find your way back to where you were.


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