BBt-PPP Cyber Sled slowly materialised in the back yard of 80 Cullen Street Nimbin
during the afternoon of October the First 2000, no one was there to watch, prolly because
it phased into existence while the majority of the world was preoccupied with the end of
the Olympic Games.
serious problems were encountered during the landing sequence or during the umbilicus
/ docking phase. No sooner had the Single Seater Cyber Sled materialised than it was
augmented by the addition of the auxiliary web casting unit, a couple of monitors, a glass
table and a
the first Outdoor Internet Cafe in Nimbin - POTentially the world - was created, a
cyber environment so fragile that it could be blown away by a gust of wind or short
circuited by a sudden shower of rain.
those of you out there who are thinking of trying
this in your own back yard, there are a couple of things about the landing sequence
that will come in handy to knowww.
a cybersled requires delicate negotiations with telephone and power companies, indeed,
docking a cyber sled can be as demanding a task as docking a sail boat in a storm. So make
sure that you have the power and the telephone connected at your
BBBBong Site BEFORE you
attempt to land your qwerty.
make a BIG THING about the actual start of your
web show or a BIG THING out of the first shovel full of dirt,
just start digging as soon as possible because there is absolutely NO reason to rush or
stress out over non existent deadlines, remember, from the instant that you
land your qwerty you are living on Big Bong time, and Big Bong time is just like magic, it
happens when it happens.
one of the main design features of the foundation of a Big Bong Air
Conditioning Chamber (the keel stone) is that it's
basically a rather large
cannabis leaf shaped water reservoir,
which means that the first task after landing is to dig a rather large cannabis leaf shaped hole in the ground and since we have to dig a large cannabis leaf shaped hole in the ground........