back in my puppy love stage with the internet — before it became a fullblown, mad, passionate affair as it is now — i obsessively stalked lowbrow.com, a site where users, simply, submit stuff. stuff, or as they call it, the “best user submitted content about scraping the bottom.”
i liked it because it was real and honest and no holds barred. it also really appealed to the usa today in me, my paragraph-at-a-time short attention span. it, and a few other user-submitted content sites, ended up inspiring behold, and up until last week, i'd totally forgotten about it. i'm glad to see that it is still up and running and serving up everything and nothing for all the world to see.