After four and a half years of blogging in a 500px width frame I am upgrading to Blog HD….640px! It’s the dawn of a new era!!!
After setting up soup.fffff.at, I thought I would do the same with my own feeds. This is probably going to be too much Evan Roth for most of you, but for those that want to most effectively stalk my internet doings then grab this RSS feed, or point your browsers to soup.evan-roth.com. This page contains live updates from the following locations:
– blog.ni9e.com (posts from this blog)
– fffff.at/author/evan (my posts on F.A.T.)
– graffitireserachlab.com (updates from Graffiti Research Lab)
– evan-roth.com/photos (my photos)
– twitter.com/fi5e (my tweets & fucktweets)
– vimeo.com/fi5e (my videos on Vimeo)
– delicious.com/fi5e/soup (my bookmarks tagged ‘soup’)
– instructables.com/member/fi5e (instructables posts)
– flickr.com/photos/urban_data (my flickr)
*soup.evan-roth.com is using Sweetcron, which is an open source “automated lifestream blog software.”
This short CBS radio clip aired nationally around US last weekend:
As a tool designed to simulate the internet browsing experience in China I’m a bit confused why China Channel would be so popular in China. Also surprising that the URL has not been black listed yet.
Experience the censored Chinese internet at home!
The Firefox add-on China Channel offers internet users outside of China the ability to surf the web as if they were inside mainland China. Take an unforgetable virtual trip to China and experience the technical expertise of the Chinese Ministry of Information Industry (supported by western companies). It’s open source, free and easy.
Become a Chinese Internet tourist:
A new project by me, Aram, and Tobi, with input from Michael, and Jamie.