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 redirects 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 sorry Joe)
- HempenRoad – 1997 travel documentary film on commercial cannabis (Internet Archive Wayback machine) see also
- 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 2014 with much assistance from Duane Storey, as well as help from Rebecca Bollwitt and John Bollwitt of Sixty4media, Jason Sanders, and sometimes Jay Stewart plus inspiration from Pete Word.