I don't know why, but this afternoon I got to thinking about my old zine, "Reptiles of the Mind," which I published monthly for four years because I was crazy and had too much free time back then. What can I say, it was the pre-internet 1990s. I used the pseudonym Kat Jaz--Jazz spelled with only one Z because my fridge magnet letters only came with one Z. Seriously, that was the whole reason why.
So I decided I'd Google "Kat Jaz." And while some zine stuff did come up, most of it was really old, naturally. I did find Zine Wiki, but unfortunately got the message that it's been hacked. If you can help, trot on over there and help.
Mostly what came up, though, was in a foreign language, where jaz seems to be a word often coupled with kat. So I went to Babelfish and typed Kat Jaz in, then realized I didn't know what language I was looking at. But I did learn that if you say "kat jaz" in Portuguese, you're saying "Kat Lies." Which is really similar to "Katy Lied," an excellent album and song by Steely Dan. And I really like that album (and song). It's all connected, man.