April 23, 2004
Asobi SeksuAsobi Seksu played at Lounge 13 on Thursday, and I went to check them out. I really, really recommend them. Their CD should be out soonish in NY area stores, but at least hit their website, check out their MP3s, and then go see them play.
April 17, 2004
We Are Scientists at the Knitting FactoryWe Are Scientists at the Knitting Factory. How cool is that?
April 14, 2004
Say Hi To Your MomCaught Say Hi To Your Mom at the Mercury Lounge. It was a great show. They are a great band. Had dinner at Waikiki Wally's (a really kitschy Tiki place, sister restaurant to Lucky Cheng's) before that. Really cute ambiance, and surprisingly good food.
April 9, 2004
Macy's Flower ShowSix years in the city, and this is the first time I've ever been to the annual Macy's Flower Show. Pretty amazing actually.
April 4, 2004
Rock 'n Rollerskate2004/04/04 Rockin' Roller Skate at OfficeOps in Brooklyn was just a blast. Take 4 bands, put them in a cage, give the audience roller skates, add beer and stir. Of course, since Bishop Allen was one of the bands, I thought I should lace up some skates and head out there.
March 29, 2004
FuguTabetai.com cookbookI cook sometimes, so I threw up a cookbook that I wrote for my friends and family. Mostly family, since I bought most of them rice cookers.
March 23, 2004
2004 Japan Girls SAMURAI US tourI went to check out the Japanese Girls SAMURAI US tour when it came to New York, and had a great time. 4 Japanese girl bands ranging from "the new breed of Japanese noise" to a "Ukulele playing duo". I really, really liked Petty Booka, a country hawaiian ukelele pop duo. They sounded just beautiful, and were funny to boot. Check them out. I also like Noodles a lot. No pictures though (didn't have a camera with me.)
March 12, 2004
Bishop Allen and We Are ScientistsBishop Allen and We Are Scientists show at Lit. Totally rocked.
March 4, 2004
Wussy and Imposter SyndromeI went down to Arlene's Grocery to check out Wussy (read about them in Japion) and also enjoyed Impostor Syndrome. Took a few pictures.
February 13, 2004
LogTracker updateUpdated LogTracker with a view of URIs that have been recently accessed.
January 22, 2004
Bishop Allen in PhillyI went down to Philly to see Bishop Allen on the start of their Support the Thunder tour. Bishop Allen are totally awesome - you must go and see them when they play near you. It is a moral imperative.
January 1, 2004
GMAOServer overhaulAdded JNLP launching and a huge GUI overhaul to the GMAOServer - you can check it out on the software page.
November 13, 2003
Happy Birthday11/13/2003 Hunkabutta.com has some really cool pics from Japan. I like it. Oh, and happy birthday to me. 29 years young.
November 1, 2003
2003 Halloween11/1/2003 Pictures from Halloween 2003, "A Very Strongbad Halloween".
September 16, 2003
Bishop Allen and Erin McKeownTuesday, at the Bowery Ballroom. I caught Bishop Allen down at the Bowery Ballroom with Erin McKeown. Bishop Allen was really good, and I liked Erin McKeown as well. But everyone should catch Bishop Allen. They rock. I even got my T-shirt signed by Bonnie and Christian. Yay!
August 27, 2003
Beach Road Trip8/27/2003. From Friday, 8/22/2003 until Sunday, 8/24/2003 I went on a road trip with some friends to New England. We hit Mystic, Newport, Boston, and Glouster. It was loads of fun. I didn't even get sunburned.
August 5, 2003
Sapporo in the SummerI went to Japan in July of 2003 for a conference, and some vacation. Here are lots of pictures.
May 31, 2003
Bishop Allen at the Tank OpeningI went down to the Tank on 42nd street, and saw Bishop Allen in concert. Bishop Allen is really great - Ron sent me a link from their NPR interview, and I've been listening to the album ever since it arrived...
February 1, 2003
Karaoke Party!2/1/2003. We had a Karaoke Party! Man, that new Japas over at 38th is pretty cool!
January 14, 2003
Young Alive in Love1/14/2003. There used to be a group called UsagiPop, a long time ago. I really liked their stuff. Now, there is a group called Young Alive in Love that is getting started, with the same front-man (I think.) Anyway, I'm hopeful.
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