This current site is an evolution in-process from various site/blog/columns and whatnot created by Dave since 1995 – plus content created in the “pre-www” days culled from various floppy discs, ditto machine newsletter, photo-copied fanzines, journals, scrapbooks and shoeboxes of ephemera.
Previously existed in various forms in these various deprecated / defunct locations and/or retired projects:
- Uncleweed.net – a static site which now redirected to this archive
- Uncle Weed’s Dossier on Vancouver Observer – a column about transportation, culture and history
- True North Media House – social accreditation program for Vancouver 2010 (now mostly archived on this site)
- Japanhemp.org – Hemp in Japan info clearinghouse (Hemp Culture in Japan article) -previously Taima.org (forgot to renew domain)
- HempenRoad – 1997 travel documentary film on commercial cannabis (Internet Archive Wayback machine) see also Reelhouse
- Giggling Piglet Co-Op – hemp and art biz project umbrella – operated in Japan, Guam, USA, Canada (Internet Archive Wayback Machine) including HempenWare bags (previously at: olywa.net/uncleweed)
- Hemplobby.org – protect the environment & promote the economy, publishers of “Practical Guide to Cannabis“
- Canucks Outsider / Hockey NW – hugely popular Hockey culture and podcast (some archive of related materials on this site) plus other archived versions of at Wayback Machine, ergo: Supporting hockey in NW, Hockey NW links, Canucks Outsider pods …
- Clubside Breakfast Time – Cosmo G. Spacely’s pioneering podcast from OlyWA (on which i was frequent guest/co-host)
- Zhonka! Broadband – DSL ISP for Wa. State power users (and non-suckers)
- Olyblog – Another hyper local blog from the old town OlyWa for time to time posting
- and other Internet locations (most of which are available in cached amber at Internet Archive’s Wayback machine
was built by importing content from many of the above sources plus:
Note to self: robots are in turned-off mode on above.
This site was nascent-ly assembled in 2013 with much assistance from Duane Storey, as well as help from Rebecca Bollwitt and John Bollwitt of Sixty4media and sometimes Jay Stewart and inspiration from Pete Word.