In a previous life, the bosticks.com homepage displayed 9 thumbnails in a 3 by 3 grid (which acted as links to different galleries of pictures.) We had a default set of thumbnails, but I often changed them for birthdays, holidays, etc.
The best home-made ice cream recipes on the web have long been those of the late Steve 'Doc' Wilson. But his site is no longer online, and I can only find one site that still has the complete collection. Might wanna' print these out before they're gone forever.
The collab launched the new site for the San Diego Museum of Art about 2 weeks ago. (Yes, I'm behind.) We've been working on this project (along with several other projects) for the past five months. It's an ambitious site with lots of content.
My old friend Robbie Rist (as in I've known him for a long time... he's not that old) and my new friend Seth Gordon (of The Mockers) are both pretty brilliant musicians (some evidence.) They're teaming up for some acoustic shows this summer, and one of the venues on the tour is my living room. More on that later...
Years before the web, there was what surely has to be the greatest software company in the history of computers - Beagle Brothers Software of San Diego, CA. Like a lot of people, one of the ways I learned to program was by typing in one-line Applesoft Basic programs from Beagle Brothers ads... 225-byte programs that would do crazy cool stuff.