Which I did not find.
My search did, however, yield the informational detritus on display after you click the 'continue reading' link beneath the picture of the old PC. These items may or may not have been the beginnings of never-realized blog posts, (bad) ideas upon which to base radio shows, or something else entirely.
* A photograph of a desolate intersection simply named maryland.jpg
I don't think I've been to Maryland since 1992, and I'm certain that I didn't take this picture. Cool car, though.
* A video by an 80s hardcore band called Bugout Society, who were kind of like a hardcore version of the Beastie Boys. (To the guy out there who's about to leave a comment about how the Beastie Boys were, in fact, a hardcore band, save your energy. I know that.) Bugout Society are remembered as being among the first bands to perform at the ABC-no-RIO squat/art gallery down on Rivington St., and also for pelting crusty vegan punks with White Castle hamburgers. I think one of the guys in the band (possibly the editor of Greedy Bastard zine?) was later in another band with Dave the Spazz, which Dave will be able to confirm or deny for us. Dave?
* A photograph of a woman looking at a huge Paul Graham photo in an industrial looking art gallery somewhere. I have probably carried on about how much I love Paul Graham's work before, so I shall refrain from doing so again. You can find out more about him by clicking here.
* A cassette J-Card with lots of Russian writing on it. I probably meant to use it as a graphic in this post, but forgot.
* The logo for the imaginary heavy metal band that WFMU's Scott Williams and I were going to start, just because we thought this word needed to appear in this font at some point before the Earth is destroyed by aliens/a comet/a robot uprising/us. [View our fake band's logo]