Silly Hot Dog Suggestion - In trying to win free tickets, I made a suggestion as to what I like on my hot dog. They liked it enough to make their final write-up. I didn't win the tickets, but I'm immortalized in the dark recesses of a minor league baseball team's promotional pages. (I'm listed as Ian Callipydge, my Facebook name)
Susan's Fitness Blog - Help support a friend shed a few pounds.
Castrovince's Blog - While no longer writing for the Indians directly, Anthony Castrovince still blogs about the #1 team in the American League an awful lot.
Reno Disc Golf - Not technically a "new" link, but the whole site's been revamped as the whole administration has been retooled. It's great to see excitement around the area again.
Disc Golf Scene - Another disc golf site dedicated to courses, players, and tag challenges. Currently, I use it to remind myself of how badly I played certain courses.
Aaron's Baby Blog - Perhaps the unlikeliest of links, this shows you the rarely-seen responsible side of Aaron, and talks about poo quite a bit.
Ashley's Baby Blog - An excellent place to learn about my wife and son. Aaron's Baby Blog - Perhaps the unlikeliest of links, this shows you the rarely-seen responsible side of Aaron.
Cromwell's Blog - Learn about the man they named after a city he isn't even from.
Bryan Fenkart - A site pimping my uber-talented and harom-gathering great friend.
Jon Hodgson - He is a kick-*expletive* photographer. You could probably spend hours just looking at his work.
Paul Reisman - Words cannot explain this site, you must see it for yourself. Newly updated.
SweetElement.com - Run by pastry wizard Jen "Stu" Roberts, this is THE site to go to for all your confection needs - hands down the best pastry/cake/sweets site around
Tracy's Baby Blog - My sister has joined the ranks, not only of those who are expecting a child, but also of a computer-savvy individual. See how preggersness is treating her.
Disc Golf Links
Final 9 Sports - The NorCal disc golf aficionados. Their forum is friendly, and hopefully burgeoning.
The Team Stick Website - Inspired by the original Stick’s desire for a community of tall and lanky people, Team Stick was born. This site, run by Web-Guru Will is easily the friendliest place you can go to learn and chat about the game.
PDGA - The governing body of disc golf, it will show you rules, course information, and just about everything you could possibly want to know.
Marshall Street - Based in MA, these guys are among the pioneers of the sport, despite their bad-ass rebellious nature - the best selection of products, and ongoing news about the MSDGC, one of the best tournamants around
Arrogant Worms - The Worm Blog is usually worth it alone.
Austin Lounge Lizards- Not updated too often, but the band is easily one of the best live shows you’ll ever see if you like either great bluegrass, good political humor, or old guys.
Jonathan Coulton - Simply the best non-label artist I've ever heard. His site offers free downloads, but you need to pay for Re: Your Brains (which everyone really should do.)
Eddie From Ohio - A great band whose CDs are not ever available anywhere but here.
The Flaming Lips - An interesting band with a website that was voted one of Rolling Stone’s 50 best ever.
The Mountain Goats - What is my fascination?
They Might Be Giants - one of my favorite bands
"Weird Al" Yankovic - This big-headed guy writes funnier music than I do, I guarantee it, and he taught me the art of the style parody (though I call them emulations)
Lime and Violet - This is a knitting podcast. Yes, you read that right. Why am I promoting them? It certainly has NOTHING to do with the fact that they have played a few of my songs on their podcasts.
Antecubital Liposuction - Tired of boring talk podcasts or music podcasts that plays dissonant noise that's supposed to be music? Check out this irreverently-named gem, which concentrates primarily on indie or hard-to-find comedy music.
Podsafe Music Network - A website for podcasters and musicians, you can find several of my songs here, and even see what poor unfortunate podcasters have played my music.
Comics.com - The best place to find Get Fuzzy, and many other good comics I don't read. Often slow-loading.
Dinosaur Comics - A daily comic about a few dinosaurs - very unique and certainly worth the quick trip - click HERE for my favorite one
Garfield Minus Garfield - Using up-to-date technology, this site takes Garfield out of his strips. The result is surprisingly funny. (Thanks Jeff!)
Star Trek: Happy in Paraguay - I haven't laughed this hard in a long time as when I first saw this. The follow-ups? Yeah, not as funny.
Improv Everywhere - They don't know me, but these guys are great. Imagine Trigger Happy TV in a bigger scale and you get this guerilla-style theatre. I'm envious.
Monkeys in the News - The title is pretty self explanatory
XKCD - Another web comic that updates three times weekly. Good stuff.
Amazon - I buy nearly all of my CDs here, mostly from their trustworthy “used” department.
Andy's Anagram Generator - Everyone loves anagrams!
Astronomy Picture of the Day Archive - A website run by NASA that has a picture (and literature) for every day of the year. Started in 1995, this is a VERY long list. (All the space pics on this site were borrowed from this site.)
Facebook - Yeah yeah, I’m on there. Click here for me.
MySpace - Yeah yeah, I’m on there too. Click here for me.
The New York Hamster House - Run by Jess Wells, this is the authority on adopting hamster. Not actually sure if it's still active, but it's fun to look at cute things.
OkCupid - The dating/social networking site where I met my wife. Go there for the potential to change your life, or at least read whiny posts from self-named Nice Guys.
PostSecret.com - People anonymously send secrets in creative ways for strangers to read. It's like planned voyeurism without the creepy feeling Facebook
The Old Prometheus Site - This is the old site for our production company. The site has NOT been updated since the group disbanded 4 years ago. But it is nice to look at for nostalgia's sake.
How Well Do You Know Me Quiz - I created a Facebook account specifically to create this quiz - it is very difficult with many red herring answers in there. See if you can beat the best, my wife's 64%. You might need to be a Facebook member to take it, I'm not sure.
What Sport Is Best For You Quiz - I made this quiz a few years ago, and it took me the better part of a week to do it - it's a shame with all the tweaking I did, most people end up 'tennis'. You might need to be a member of OkCupid to take it.