The latest Webisode of ''The Office'' on www.nbc.com. Not that this one was better than the others, just that I enjoy them, and the Webisodes are getting me through a summer without new broadcast episodes. And, as long as I was at Nbc.com, I watched ''The Chronicles of Narnia'' one more time. Joke's old now. Still makes me smile.
How hard my bride laughed when she looked at a YouTube video of a cat flushing the toilet. You can find it here.
Deep Tracks (Channel 40) on XM Radio. It's the closest thing I've heard to radio the way I most loved it in the '70s. The deejays are essential to the atmosphere. And it's one of the places they carry Bob Dylan's ''Theme Time'' show, which is a trip in itself. To hear spooky-voiced Bob praise Patti Page -- and play ''Doggie in the Window.'' Delight.
YouTube's pre-''Rock Star'' footage of Storm and Dilana. I'd post links here, but Storm's got a monologue that is in Richard Pryor territory, so you'll just have to find it on your own. The Dilana videos show how much she must have thought about her image for ''Rock Star.'' One is a very slick music video, with her much more deliberately glamorous than on the show, except that she has a bunch of her piercings.
YouTube itself. I've spent a lot of this evening basically watching TV without the TV on.