My weblog has disappeared – at Google, that is. A search for andrea.editthispage.com yields – nothing.
Not only are other people not able to find Al’s fried rice recipe (one of the most popular search strings), I’m not able to search my site using Google any more. And the Manila search engine only indexes the messages that get posted to the home page.
If this doesn’t change, I’ll have to think about moving my weblog. The problem is: As much as I’d like to do that, I don’t have the money to pay for (Manila) webhosting – at least not until I have finished my degree and have a paid job.
Indivisible – Stories of American Community “is an exploration of community life in America by some of this country’s most accomplished photographers, radio producers, and folklorists. Here are the stories of twelve communities where people are coming together to make their small piece of the world a better place to live.”
The project also includes an exhibition that is currently touring the USA.
By the way, have you ever seen a four-horned sheep?
Visit the American International Rattlesnake Museum in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This animal conservation museum has “artifacts, memorabilia, and the largest collection of different species of live rattlesnakes in the world”. The best part of the site is the section about the different types of rattlesnakes.