Saturday, September 11, 2010

Friday, June 4, 2010

Installation Artist? Techno-Geek? Conceptual Visualizer?

"Jonathan Harris (b. Aug 27, 1979) makes projects that reimagine how humans relate to technology and to each other," his bio begins. Click Numbe27.org to see what that means.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Most Amazing Alphabet Ever

This is must-see collage by Anastassia Elias.

Friday, May 7, 2010

Stunning Designs in Paper Quilling . . .

. . . by artist Yulia Brodskaya. Another reason to love paper!

Friday, April 16, 2010

Tampon Angels, Maxi-Pad Slippers, and the History You Won't Find in Any Textbook

Go get your beverage of choice and make yourself comfy. You'll be here awhile:
Museum of Menstruation and Women's Health

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

A Little Honest Girl Talk . . .

It's not every day we see a commercial on TV that causes us to jump up and go straight to YouTube to see if it can be immortalized on our own private blog.


If ever I need to be reminded why it's good to be post-menopausal (which I don't!), this little twirl through The Land Of Not will do it for me!

Saturday, March 6, 2010

OK Go!

Friday, March 5, 2010

Celebrate Women's History Month . . .


. . . by learning about the fascinating history of Birth Control.



Friday, January 29, 2010

Coming Soon to a TV Near You



This series starts Friday, March 5. I can't wait!

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Toy-A-Day for Haiti

One of my favorite papertoy websites is Joe Tanaka's Toy-A-Day. I'm especially pleased by it today because Joe's selling a collection of 100 of his papertoys on CD for $5, with 100% of the proceeds going to Doctors Without Borders to assist the relief endeavors in the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake.


My first Toy-A-Day was Edward Scissorhands. Which will yours be? Andy Warhol? Homer Simpson? William Shakespeare? Frida Kahlo?

Saturday, January 2, 2010

The Lost Symbol: Found in Washington D.C.

I'm a big Dan Brown fan and a retired postal employee, so when I read this article about an exhibit of postage stamps featuring topics out of Brown's latest Robert Langdon adventure, The Lost Symbol, I had to see the exhibit right away. After I saw it, I navigated around the site a bit, but when I tried to find my way back to the exhibit, I was unable to do so. I didn't see any link to it from the rest of the website. Luckily I was able to find the article with the link again.

I'm sharing the links here not only because you might like to see the exhibit, but also because I'll probably enjoy seeing it again when I read the book. I do have it, of course. I pre-ordered it a couple weeks before the September release date, so it's been sitting on a shelf across from my desk tempting me on a daily basis for more than three months. If I seem to suddenly disappear from the planet one of these days and all phoning, emailing, and door-knocking goes unanswered, be advised: I'm here, but I could resist it no longer. I'll get back with ya when I'm done!