- Wired.com story nominatged for 2013 Mirror Award in Best Digital Media Article category.
- Home Town Geneva Documentary.
- Holiday music video Santa Punk Is Coming to Town featuring J.D. Dragus and "Krampus."
- Songs from Wrecking Ball, my musical-in-progress.
- Me and my harmonica on YouTube via the flamewidget channel.
- Pix gallery with some of my favorite images plus some mysteryt head shots of yours truly.
- Otis College of Art and Design Lecture notes from August 2009.
- Audio interview with the late Heath Ledger, conducted at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills.
- Tricia Helfer Audio, recorded during a chat Playa La Vista's EA video game headquarters with the Battlestar Galactica star.
- Kathy Griffin Transcript used as basis for my New York Times profile.
- Design Auteurs, listing a bunch of interesting arty designers I wrote about for the Los Angeles Times.
- Wired Archive linking to a few hundred blogs I've posted for Wired.com's Underwire site.
- YouTube Interview, which came as a surpise to me because I had no idea the filmmaker I was talking to was recording the whole thing.
- HughVille, my very first website created back in the Old Country.
UPDATE Jan. 1, 2011: Rounded up 2010's best pop culture moments for Wired.com
UPDATE March 13, 2010: Here's a live performance of a song I wrote called Tight Squeeze by my band The ODD on YouTube
UPDATE Aug. 31, 2009: The site I write for, Wired.com, got nominated as a finalist by Online Journalism Awards in the "General Excellence" category, along with Washington Post, New York Times and BBC News.
UPDATE July 2, 2009: My recent post for Wired.com about Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland racked up the biggest traffic count in Underwire history. Credit goes to the groovy images of Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter and other fantastical tableaux.
UPDATE May 5: Wired.com won the Webby Award (People's Voice) for Best Writing. Last Thursday, Wired Magazine won for General Excellence at the 2009 National Magazine Awards. My story on making fire for the new Harry Potter movie runs in the July issue.
UPDATE Jan. 3: Composer Alaric Jans (House of Games) staged children's musical Captain Marbles' Acting Squad at Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs' Store Front Theater in December 2008. I wrote a few songs and played an insane harmonica player named Speedoo in a subsequent Captain Marbles show written by actor William H. Macy.