During the Renaissance, cabinet of curiosities came into fashion as a collection of objects that would often defy classification. As a precursor to the modern museum, the cabinet referred to room(s), not actual furniture, of things that piqued the owners interest and would be collected and displayed in an aesthetically pleasing manner. Collectioun of Cunnynge Curioustes is my 21st century interpretation of that idea.
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- 7/7/1999 – memphis or bust
- 7/8/1999 – hostile takeover
- 7/9/1999 – cruisin’
- 7/15/1999 – a cool, dry place
- 7/171999 – life
- 7/18/1999 – trout fishing in america
- 7/28/1999 – now you know
- 8/1/1999 – i keep coming back
- 8/16/1999 – make you sweat
- 8/20/1999 – i sold my soul for a playstation
- 8/30/1999 – lisa the geek
- 9/8/1999 – mom’s birthday
- 9/12/1999 – boredom
- 9/15/1999 – she’s quaking
- 9/17/1999 – oh L’amour
- 9/21/1999 – love
- 10/3/1999 – I don’t feel right, I’ve got a crack in my heart
- 10/5/1999 – rhubarb
- 10/8/99 – Getting the Fuck Out of California
- Librarian How To: Graphic Novel Collection Development in Academia
- But what about the MENS??
- About my article in American Libraries on libraries, technology, and gender
- How To: Free Comic Book Day At Your Library
- Anthony Trollope’s Barchester Chronicles – Dr. Throne
She’s the illegitimate daughter of a blue blood, he’s the wealthy son of a upstart. Will their love ever come to fruition? Will the fates continue to thwart their plans at happiness?
- The Archers
I found it way easier to just download the weekly omnibus rather than attempt to catch it every day. Will the sheep scab destroy Brookfield? Will Clarrie ever get over her late-life crisis? How are Pat and Tony going to handle the loss of organic status?
Weekly watching: Game of Thrones, A Place To Call Home, Mr. Sloane, Fargo, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Louie, Penny Dreadful, Silicon Valley, Veep, Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey, Doctor Blake Mysteries, Elementary
- For sale: 7 amazing historical homes owned by Henry VIII, Charles II and Winnie the Pooh
- Foyles relocates on London’s Charing Cross Road: how to move 500,000 books – timelapse video
- Museum selling Viking ships to the public
- What’s Lost as Handwriting Fades
- The Muscle-Flexing, Mind-Blowing Book Girls Will Inherit The Earth
- The Invented World of Georgette Heyer
- Female Authors Depend on their Husbands to Write Romance
What have you read/watched/listened to this week?