Friday, March 10, 2006

Friday Link-o-Rama

Smithsonian Eye offers up an interesting essay on lighting in museums. Not something visitors often think about, but it's a vital element to any exhibition.

James Wood writes on the constant battle in the U.S. of realism vs. experimentation in fiction. Mostly interesting because of the outsider perspective (he's a UK writer).

The new Blooker Prize. No, that's not a typo.

A brief and interesting look at the history of puncuation.

If a writer signs your book from across the globe, is it still a real autograph? Even more important, can I still sell it on Ebay?

A new blog popped up to promote Art Mondays here in D.C.

And The Katzen Museum at American University has also gotten into the blogging act.

A very thoughtful review on a new book about Winsor McCay and his comic strip Little Nemo.

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