Thanks to the Sam & Max games, Google searches by friends from back East, and the fact that for the first time in recent memory I have friendly neighbors, a lot of new people are discovering this website. I feel obligated to point out that there are a lot more interesting places on the interwebs that you could be.
The sidebar still has links to friends & other interesting sites; the del.icio.us section has what I’ve been looking at recently. In addition to that, here’s my favorite internet stuff of the moment:
TV In Japan: If you liked the video of Pan the Chimpanzee and James the Bulldog exercising, here’s a whole website full of stuff like that.
Achewood: Not just my favorite webcomic, but possibly the best thing on the internet ever. The strips don’t generally work out of context, so you’ve got to spend some time getting caught up. And if you’re offended by naughty words or adult situations involving cartoon cats, then it’s probably not for you.
Dave’s Long Box: A funny guy writes about his comic book collection. If it is possible for a non-comic book geek to enjoy any weblog about comics (I’m skeptical), this is the most likely one. It’s totally f@#$ing Airwolf.
The House Next Door: Frequently long-winded and often pompous posts about TV, movies, and other things of trivial importance. It’s also pretty well written, though, and usually has more insight than other reviews.
Drawn!: The Illustration Blog. Daily links to some great artists’ websites and projects going on around the internet.
Wil Wheaton Dot Net: In Exile: An always-interesting blog about geek stuff from the former “Star Trek” actor.