Of the 15,000 or so Usenet posts I've made since I began archiving 'em eight years ago, these are some of the 14,000 or so which are worth reading.
The best thing about Usenet is you get to interact with all sorts of creative people. And Alexander Abian too.
re Don Saklad, Boston Public Library Watchdog, and his day
re Alexander Abian, theoretical physicist, and his pants
re Diana, who never used a land mine
re John_-_Winston, witness to the incredible, and his bad information
re Capaliwoda and deadly mind control radiation
Kibo made up another story on the Spot! While wearing cleats! Poor Spot!
FACE! THE! NATION!
Spot, The Overloaded Operator
Too Much Candy Is Good For You
Nobody else ever discusses politics on the net.
Kibo's acceptance speech, given after he won a 1992 "Spokesman For Earth" vote in alt.alien.visitors.
Kibo's acceptance speech, given after he almost won the 1992 Presidential election.
Kibo's plan to save the world... through TV!
Read this stuff to learn if you're a nerd!
How did the convention of including quotes begin?
Trolling, Meta-Trolling & Meta-Meta-Trolling
No More Bacon! & the trolling score chart
The 1994 edition of the HappyNet Manifesto
...and what comes after HappyNet?
The 1998 edition of the HappyNet Manifesto, now Happynet 3!
The 1999 HappyWeb Manifesto
Sort of like typical Usenet traffic, only better.
Two Damn Images!
re Nicole Kidman snuff story
Rant: Not Rant-Like
Diagram of comedy and its forms
I've written about ten thousand of these articles,
and here I'm not even showing the bizarre ones.
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