Every once in a while, I point people to some of the interesting things available on the Internet that I have either produced or enjoy.
There are a handful of podcasts that I listen to and get inspiration from. Maybe you will like them as well.
http://www.econtalk.org/ - Econtalk is hosted by Russ Roberts, a libertarian-leaning economist, who interviews other intellectuals on a variety of topics, not just economics.
http://www.dancarlin.com/ - Both of these podcasts, Hardcore History and Common Sense, are absolute gems on History and current events. Both end up being occasional recordings, but always worth it.
http://3950.net/3950-and-the-liberty-net/ - This is actually the recording of a weekly ham radio net that has been going on for over four decades. Hard-core conservatism (way beyond me) and just wacky news and commentary from regular ham operators. The absolute opposite of "production quality" broadcasting.
http://longnow.org/seminars/ - Just when you think you have me pegged, I also listen to the podcast straight from one of the Merry Pranksters and folks that made Berkeley and San Francisco libertine - hippies all grown up. No more LSD (maybe), but hard-core neo-liberalism just the same.
I write other things besides silly blog posts. I used to style myself a fiction writer.
The Miracle of the Quilt - Still my most popular and published short story, available for free and on Amazon.
Rachel and Her Knight in Shining Armor - My wife Lisa's favorite novella, the pinnacle of my Great Writing Year of 1998.
Navigiary: Escape is my first novel-length fiction story, actually the first part of a trilogy that I haven't further worked on in a while. Maybe a few sales will give my initiative to finish Part Two and Three!
Feel free to enjoy one or all of the these!