Da WebZone. For Webbin'.

Welcome to my webzone; I'm Cy83r, or Phie :3 I'm a full-time fucking nerd and care giver to my wife. Sometimes we do internet stuff together; this is not one of those times. I have a vague and approximate knowledge of many things; check out my About for a more complete list and more intensive beg for you to email me about your favorite dinner.

What is the point, luv?

Chillin :3
I will post media reviews or unhinged rants that aproximate the look and feel of a media review, share templates or css snippets, post about my hobbies and things I'm doing, or just uhmm. Make another silly little page? Who knows. :-3 I write fiction also, but I don't publish it. It's all porn.

This is just a nice place to throw a bunch of stuff that I do that cannot be fit into corporate social media. I wish to engage with the community again, but I just can't seem to find an in!

Outside of Neocities: You could probably find me! Don't! Contact me over email and I will gladly lead you to a second social location.

For a 2 years here, as a gift to myself, I cleared out some old things I no longer want to publish and redesigned my layout. If there was some sort of information of value to you in my blog, reach out over email. I've maintained archives.

What about your goals, girlthing?

I'm just trying to be content :3 Also I wanna own a kei-class truck.

Shit to look at

88x35 button for this site

The Newest Consumptions:

Sudden Fear (1952)
Film Noir
Dir. David Miller
Compelling Crawford Picture.

Tiny copy of the poster for the film Sudden Fear, starring Joan Crawford.

The Bride Wore Red (1937)
Romantic Dramedy
Dir. Dorothy Arzner
I love Arzner.

Almost entirely indistinguishable dithering of the movie poster for The Bride Wore Red, starring Joan Crawford and Franchot Tone

Rain (1932)
Pre-Code Drama
Dir. Lewis Milestone
A flop can be so personally meaningful.

Dithered version of the movie poster for Rain 1932, which is just a portrait of Joan Crawford, it's star.

The Barbizon
Author: Paulina Bren
Excellent nonfiction exploration into The Barbizon Women's Hotel.

Dithered cover of the first edition hardback copy of The Barbizon.

Myra Breckinridge
Author: Gore Vidal
What I have to say will not fit. Do read—the 2019 printing—tho.

Dithered cover of the 2019 printing of Myra Breckinridge, with introduction by  Camille Paglia.

The Media Moguls
Author: Dana L. thomas
A 40 y/o nonfiction book about the people behind american media. Loved it.

Dithered cover that cannot properly render the books subtitle: 
            The media moguls : from Joseph Pulitzer to William S. Paley : their lives and boisterous times.

🛠 To Do 🛠

Update Log :3

Chatbox was no longer rendering on my computers, didn't care too much about investigating it. I have replaced it with a semi-curated stream of what I have been watching and reading recently. Enjoy :-)
Wow long time, huh. Well. The new Blog is here now. That's about it. Happy New Year. If I'm not more active, you look nice today and remember to put on your n95 before you go shopping. Oh! Almost Forgot! New Guestbook! This one actually lets you connect with HTTPS without paying them! So, now I'm up-to-date on basic web security.

I remade it. Well not all of it. New Home and about page, alongside a fresh start on the blog page into something a little bit more productive and foreward facing. I'm doing better now! I'm learning to enjoy a lot of things even more than I was before. I hope to do more computer touching stuff soon. It's hard! Did you know that sometimes a pipe leaks and someone just like puts a towel down and ignores it? Imagine inheriting a lot of that and you'll understand my exhaustion! If I don't see you again, have a great summer!

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