For a few golden months last year, I was able to realize my youthful
dream of being an radio DJ. I started at Live365, streaming out to tens
of listeners all over the internet, and topped out at something like 50
listeners, a few weeks later. After about 3 months, I was offered some
server space by one of the insanely cool guys who works at WinAmp, and
the RFB kept rollin' along...but, sometime in December of 2001, the stream
dried up, and I haven't heard back from the Shoutcast guys, as of February
18th, 2002. It's probably all for the best, because my poor little old
computer wasn't really able to handle the stream any more, but, when I
am finally able to upgrade to a better computer, I'll look into getting
some space from live365 again.
Until that day comes, I leave the page as it originally was, below this
Since I was a little kid, I have wanted to be a DJ on a radio station.
I always thought they were cool, and I figured that if The Grease Man
and Rick Dees could do it, so could I.
Unfortunately, it's too goddammned expensive to buy the equipment, bribe
the FCC, and get all set up.
Thanks to the wonderful Internet, the invaluable assistance of Ben
from the pAved earth, and Shoutcast,
I can fulfill my dream, and bring you
Radio Free Burrito
(Cable Modem or Better)| |LO-FI
A very lame looking, WinAmp-generated playlist is here.
(warning: it's 93K)
The best way to find out if The Burrito is cookin' is
to go to Shoutcast.com and search for "burrito" or "wheaton".
If you're really lazy, like me, you'd just wanna click this,
and let the magic of the Internet work for you.