Posted: July 6, 2011 Filed under: Little Green Footballs, The Boiler Room | Tags: lgf links of ill repute, stuff cj forgot to delete
A little while ago, we received an email from a DoD reader who thought it might be neat to have a list of every site LGF has linked to on the front page…ever. A daunting challenge, to be sure, but as we’ve said before, we have some pretty smart and resourceful people here in The Boiler Room…
Thanks to CJ’s super coding skills, it turned out to be remarkably easy. We wound up stealing enough strawberries to feed a small country for a year:
I know, I know, there’s a lot in there. But if you think of something interesting to search for, well, it can actually be quite handy. Like, wouldn’t it be cool to find every time CJ approvingly linked to “blogger of hate” Pam Geller’s site (before the big breakup)? Check it:
27653_when_friends_attack <–big breakup
(these are the non-memory-holed front page articles, BTW)
Now, just add littlegreenfootballs.com/article/ to any of those, and enjoy:
hmmm…must have been that laissez faire commenting policy.
There are plenty more Links of Ill Repute (LOIR) to be found, so lets have some fun!
Posted: July 6, 2011 Filed under: Charles "Icarus" Johnson, Little Green Footballs | Tags: Atari, magazine, Memories, Young Chuck
Charles F. Johnson, by using some as yet undiscovered laws of nature, has managed to find the time to be both a professional musician and a professional programmer. In his musical career, he has played with such artists as Chicago, George Duke, Al Jarreau and Stanley Clarke. His programming accomplishments include Mouse-Ka-Mania, Desk Manager, ARC Shell and, along with his partner, John Eidsvoog, G + Plus and MultiDesk. He and John are the owners of CodeHead software.
The pic and caption are from a July 1989 article in ST-Log, a tech magazine published by Atari. More articles by our buddy here.