More Local Online Diaries

Monstro!

www.monstro.com

Lane Becker's site won "Best Personal Site" in the SXSW 2000 Interactive Web Awards.

Bryanboyerdotcom

www.bryanboyer.com

Welcome to the New Austin: This nicely designed and well-written journal chronicles Bryan Boyer's adventures with his Internet start-up company Deepleap.

Welcome to My Neurosis

Same as a Picture, +/- www.sturges.org/matt/journals/

Matt Sturges was one of the must-reads among Austin online diarists before going on a hiatus from the practice early this year. Same as a Picture is still available online in its entirety, however.

The Daily Slack!

www.slackananda.com/dailyslack/

The Reverend Slackananda, a local "performing philosopher," posts entries from his private diaries dating back to 1985 alongside his present-day updates.

Fishing Guide to the Stars

www.astrofish.net/journal.shtml

Sagittarius Kramer Wetzel claims to have proof that Texans are descended from a race of space aliens. This astrologer posts weekly horoscopes alongside his Web diary.


For many more local online diarists, see Greg Bueno's "Austin Stories" at www.brokennews.net/journal/austin.phtml.

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