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.
The Lisa Chronicles
- 11/16/1997 – 55 Minutes Til XFiles
- 08/23/2008 – Those librarians, they sure do know how to party
- 08/26/2008 – PFT Book Club: An introduction and a Review (#3): Vile Bodies
- 09/05/2008 – Ninja Librarians: Reimagining the image of librarians
- 09/07/2008 – Future librarian confessions, part I
- 09/08/2008 – I wanna be your punk rock curator
- 09/12/2008 – reviews: books: Librarians engaging in “personal intercourse.” #librarydayinthelife
- 09/12/2008 – Library Smut
- 09/24/2008 – lib schooled: first month impressions
- 09/27/2008 – To Degree or Not To Degree – That is the Question
- 09/27/2008 – reviews: books: The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
- 09/27/2008 – reviews: books: When Will There Be Good News?
- 10/03/2008 – reviews: music: bloc party – intimacy
- 10/07/2008 – a brief and quick update
- 10/15/2008 – So, You Want To Be A Librarian? Part I
- 10/21/2008 – plan of work: next generation librarian
- 10/21/2008 – NPR’s All Songs Considered Mix on Pandora
Stella ended this week and I’m sorry to see it go, presh. I got overly invested in the lives and characters of the quirky village of Pontyberry, Wales. There was, of course, a cliffhanger (several of them) but the season has been picked up for next year so I’ll get to see them all again.
- Secret Knowledge: The Art of the Vikings
Oxford Art Hisotrian, Dr. Janina Ramirez, explores the objects currently on loan for the Vikings! exhibition. Interesting, but entirely too short. The presentation lasted 22 minutes.
- What happened to Orson Scott Card?
- Sweden’s LSH publishes 40,000 images under open licenses
- It’s No Coincidence That Your Favorite Characters Are Now Winter Storms
- Pixar’s 22 Rules of Storytelling
- FCC Proposes Free WiFi For Everyone In The U.S.
What have you read/watched/listened to this week?