- New York TimesTrade Secrets: A Bibliophile, 3,600 Friends and a System. As someone whose library is categorized as fiction, graphic novels, poetry, US history, music, business, religion, travel, house stuff, and philosophy, I have a lot of respect for a library that has to be categorized with “country of origin.”
- So does the new Churchill museum say anything about his black dog?
- Got gadget lust? Not at the DEMO conference? Now you can read all about it.
- Forget to watch the Grammys? Salon blogged it, and is making me sorry I didn’t check in—though this appears to be the only year in living memory it would have been worth my time to do so. Loretta Lynn rocks!!
- Boston blogs aggregated and commented on by Adamg at Universal Hub (used to be at Boston Common, which is a much better name, but UH is a better looking site).
- About that Hampton Roads Ghost Fleet—and the nuclear ship that’s there. (Fortunately all the fissionable material is removed; unfortunately the hold still glows a bit…)
- Need to send an Apollo rocket to the moon? This guy, and his working replica of the Apollo guidance computer system, can help.
- I like the looks of OnFolio, the new product from JJ Allaire’s new startup, but haven’t got a PC to try it out on. (Via the Boston Globe.)