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gets funnier every time someone "edits" it.
Try this out.
I always search for the next search engine.
Here's a fun one:
tj crowley fried-days 6pm - midnite (e.s.t.) reliving the sounds (and vibes) of the 60's/70's with a splash of the 50's and todays sounds w e s s 90.3fm www.esu.edu/wess 'six strings...more or Lesh' official GD hour 10pm voted best radio broadcast n.e.Pa./n.w.NJ 11 years
I enjoyed 's tip on using quotes. As a librarian, I've learned a lot about searching Google. And one thing I've done is to construct a custom search engine (This Old Engine) for Grateful Dead topics. It's located at
Always happy to add new sites for the engine to peruse...
Google searching (does anyone Yahoo search anymore?!) for Grateful Dead displays the following: "about 6,180,000"
However, did you know that using quotes narrows down what you're really looking for?
Case in point -- about 1,550,000 for "grateful dead".
(Much easier to look through a million and a half web pages than 6 million, isn't it?!)
Anyway, I only bring this up 'cause some people don't actually know that if you type in Jerry Garcia you might get TONS of sites that have absolutely NOTHING to do with Captain Trips. But if you use quotes, my friends, you will magically be given better results!!
Have a Grateful Dead!
thanks for the heads-up, iz!
There are also boatloads of interesting interviews in the inkwell archives, often book authors, including David Dodd (of Annotated Lyrics, Oxford Reader and more), Bruce Sterling, Richie Unterberger and more.
I do am an XPN supporter. The rest of the radio in Philly leaves a lot to be desired.
for those here who aren't already on the Well, I'd like to invite you to a very cool on-line interview in which you can participate. Our own