Art, Literature and Entertainment

The WayBack Machine

Yesterday I talked about Boomerangs (children who return to live with their parents). Today I accidently discovered another type of boomerang, a sort of time machine for the Web called the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. This site contains archives of web pages going back to 1996. I found my first william.meisheid.com page. Cool; really, really…

Faith and Art

I recently stumbled upon an interesting Web site that addresses art, literature, music, and movies from a Christian perspective. Fuse Magazine (no longer active) called itself “the exact point where art and faith intersect. A ‘fusion,’ if you will, of two important concepts that we believe are inextricably linked.” I got there by Googling a book…

Strange and Stranger Still

The Internet, while often called a vast wasteland, confounds that appellation because it contains so many surprises, so many astonishing and bizarrely encapsolated minutia, most of which are found serendipitously (like most of the fun things in life) at least for those of us with a sense of adventure given feet by our imaginations. Many…

Entering Narnia

Information is finally appearing about the Walden Media production of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. The first movie is set for a December 2005 release. NarniaWeb has even put together desktop wallpaper (seen below) that was compiled from the recent Narnia banner images previewed on the site. I have…