February 14, 2004



For those new to Side Salad, (all three of you, pay attention), I thought I'd guide you through the various offerings on the plate here.

There's been a bit of a renovation. Translation: I finally figured out how to write the code to fix up the page. I've been castigated for not fixing things up sooner. This hopefully rectifies some of those deficiencies.

First things first...


The Ala Carte section allows you to select the last 10 entries. If you click on a headline, the Web address at the top of the new page is the easiest way to trackback to the entry.


Why daily? Because they're sites that I visit every day. Why special? Because they just are, dammit. There's no rhyme or reason or particular subject or topic. A few are blog friends, but most are not. They're just the sites I check in with each day because they amuse and entertain me and there's usually a new entry or two.


Like the namesake culinary salad accent, these croutons are sites that I usually visit each day so I can remind myself what a rank amateur I am. Great designs, great writing, original concepts... all can be found here.


This list includes a growing roster of friends who have blogs or Web sites. They range from the highly inventive, like Alan's, to the highly creative, like Pat's. You'll find personal rants at Jaqueline's, municipal planning at Joe's and travel at Cherie's.


Think of this as a warehouse for the various ridiculous photo projects I've started. The most recent is The King Project. I'll feature some of the photos on this blog, but these links go to an off-site gallery at Webshots. If you like them enough, they'll put the pics on a mug or T-shirt or any other object they offer.


This area offers links to photos of various sporting events I've attended. This one is the most popular of my various sections at Webshots.



This one's pretty obvious. They're the monthly archive of previous posts. Some months have more material to read than others. Hell, I practically took off the entire month of October 2003.

And if you're still reading by this point, you need to seek mental help.

Posted by Jeff at February 14, 2004 03:14 PM | TrackBack

I knew I was special! The short bus was a hint, but this.... confirmation! Love it. :)

Posted by: LeeAnn at February 15, 2004 11:27 AM

There's no denying the power of cheese.

Posted by: Jeff at February 16, 2004 01:46 PM

I am humbled to have been placed in such good company.


Posted by: Parkway Rest Stop at February 18, 2004 12:44 AM