About this site

Saluton Mondo!

That means “Hello, World!” in Esperanto.

Welcome to Davey Dreamnation, the home page of David Prater, an Australasian-born writer, editor and researcher.

D/DN is a compilation of content originally posted to several separate websites, the earliest of which was set up in 2001.

Site nameYear(s) of operationSite addressStatusComments
davey d/dn2000–2005http://www.members.optusnet.com.au/~davidprater/ArchivedMy first home page. Built using HTML and Blogger.
davey dreamnation2003http://daveydreamnation.comArchivedThe initial .com experiment. Built using Movable Type. Domain expired after one year.
[unnamed]2004–2006http://daveydreamnation.comDomain purchased by cyberporn squatter. Do not visit the Wayback Archive pages from these years.
David Prater2003–2007http://www.davidprater.blogspot.comOnline (Archive)My personal Blogger site.
Davey Dreamnation2005–2006http://www.daveydreamnation.blogspot.comOnline (Archive)A clearing house for DNRC Records releases.
Imaginary Cities/PC Bangs2005http://www.pcbangs.blogspot.comOnline (Archive)Blog maintained during my Asialink residency in Seoul.
d/dn2007–presenthttps://daveydreamnation.comOnlineDomain repurchased. Davey’s current home. Built using WordPress.

New content is being added regularly, so please consider bookmarking this site.

If you’re looking for more information about Davey Dreamnation, check out the [d/dn] wiki, which is currently undergoing a rejuvenaissance.

Feel free to drop us a line if you’d like to get in touch.

Kfxbai.

That means ‘Okay, thanks and bye’—but not in Esperanto.