Thursday, December 11, 2008

A website

I was told, by people who take care of me, to get a website.  "Something nice, up and running by January."  This was on Monday.  I called my cousin.  We worked together at Network Computing Services at the Vanderbilt Medical Center when I was in college.  We also shared an apartment.  This was around the time when he was eating nothing but peanut butter crackers and listening to The Chemical Brothers and I was sleeping on an inflatable mattress, eating Milky Way Darks in my sleep (From age 14-22, I would sleepwalk and eat tons of candy bars and then wake up in the morning with shards of chocolate in my hair), getting really, really obsessed with The Real World: Seattle.  He is one of my favorite people in the world.

He made me this website, simple and effective and not too full of myself.  Kevinwilson.com (org, net, etc.) was already taken.  So was kevin-wilson.com (org, net, etc.).  www.tunnelingtothecenteroftheearth.com seemed too long.  You can look at the website if you want to see what people have said about the book, and it's got tentative tour dates.

5 comments:

Ravi Mangla said...

The site looks great.

Anson Mountain said...

Thanks, Ravi. Congrats on your December publications. I especially liked the Titular piece.

mimicvii said...

Those were the good ol' days...

Attempting to bake bread in the bread maker your mom bought. Your collection of video taped Seinfeld and Simpsons episodes. Listening to that Flaming Lips album with every available CD player. Your insane cat.

Anson Mountain said...

Oh, yes, Zaireeka. We just sat in our living room for hours listening to the different permutations of that album. One disc. Then two. Then three. Then four.

That cat's name was Tam-Tam, after the aztec warrior demon in Samurai Showdown.

Holly said...

Looks great! Can't wait to get the book.