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Location: Toronto, ON, Canada
Occupation: Web Monkey
About the author : I was born in Kitchener, Ontario and grew up in and around Toronto, Ontario. Technically, I call Oakville, Ontario my hometown though I have lived in downtown Toronto since 1999.
I have a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Waterloo which sits in my room at my parents' house and gathers dust. I currently work as a web developer at a major Canadian newspaper.
About the site :
It's amazing what you can accomplish with a little free time and an obsessive-compulsive disorder.
This blog began Fall of 2002 as an experiment in something or other. Since then, it's spiraled horribly out of control, becoming an all-consuming part of my life and a second full-time job.
This is the seventh version of the site and the first major overhaul in a couple years. V5 and V6 were very similar, graphically, and just got too busy and heavy for my liking - this latest edition is much leaner and cleaner and easier on the eyes.
The mandate of this site has always been, and will remain, to be about whatever tickles my fancy. Nothing more, nothing less. My interests are pretty much indie rock, movies, television, comic books and pop culture in general, so that's what you'll find here. If I someday develop a fascination for needlepoint or chinchillas, that's what you'll find here.
Since its inception, this site has become far more popular than I ever could have imagined. It's been an amazing way to meet new people, talk about utterly trivial things and otherwise just have a good time.
The name of this blog comes from the song "Chrome Waves" by UK band Ride, taken from one of my favourite albums (Going Blank Again) and bands ever, respectively.
The image in the header was created by Toronto illustrator Renée Nault.
Submissions & Reviews:
Sorry kids, but I'm no longer accepting unsolicited submissions in any format or medium. I already get more stuff than I could possibly look at let alone listen to and form an opinion about and have to try and stem the tide somehow. If fate decrees that your sounds and my ears should come together, then it will happen eventually. If not, good luck in your endeavours. Sincerely, the management.