Got dreams?
November 5, 2001 5:46 PM   Subscribe

Got dreams? Obviously, some other people do, as evidenced by Dream Catcher. Set up as a weblog that allows anyone to post via a "guest blogger" account, Dream Catcher is set up for the discussion of dreams and dream-related links. While it's just starting out, I think Sean Mattison may've hit on an idea that could be a valuable, useful, therapeutic, and even entertaining resource on the world wide web. Visit Dream Catcher at:
posted by philulrich (7 comments total)
What was that link again? I'm sorry, I must have missed it.
posted by jjg at 6:38 PM on November 5, 2001

jjg: it's
posted by rodii at 7:45 PM on November 5, 2001

Hey wait, this sounds familiar....

Yep, yep, it's amazingly similar to a dream collective site I gave a stab at, last year. Unfortunately due to a lack of response, I pulled the plug.
posted by hijinx at 8:48 PM on November 5, 2001

another. this one also attempts to connotate visually.

that waking life thread had lots of responses; looks like no one actually cares to dream.
posted by elle at 11:53 PM on November 5, 2001

There is also the Nightmare Project, which seems to be well implemented and busy.
posted by snarfois at 4:03 AM on November 6, 2001

Interesting article on how dreams help in the recovery process. Check out the links in the sidebar for more.
posted by ferris at 6:35 AM on November 6, 2001

Everything2 has had regular collaborative dreamlogs for quite some time. No discussion though.
posted by Eloquence at 9:06 AM on November 6, 2001

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