- It doesn't get better than this: the start of an Unshelved storyline about graphic novels--woohoo! (Also, check out their fly "Pimp my Bookcart" merchandise...)
- Very short stories, in honor of Hemingway. I'm not a big Hemingway fan--but I am a Josh Whedon and Stan Lee fan, among others.
- Gasp! Could Auntie K be sarcastically ribbing ban-happy parents?
- Update: UNT's own Dr. Herman Totten is in the "Men of TLA Calendar." Yes, that calendar. Yes, that Dr. Totten.
- There's a bizarre/annoying search engine called Ms. Dewey. I took The Laughing Librarian's advice and asked her if she likes rap music. Do it, do it NOW! ...You can also make her dance the robot (if you can stand her annoying persona enough to ask her more than one question).
- Would you like to drool over our awesome WWII newsmaps collection, lovingly digitized by our Digital Projects Lab and gorgeously zoom-enabled?
- I'm happy to have a Wacom Graphire, but I sure drool over this Cintq drawing tablet.
- Speaking of which, this weekend I read Scott McCloud's Making Comics (fan-tabulous!), and also Fables #1; a great combination and only furthering my desire to have 10 extra hours a week in which to comic. If only I didn't have 10 hours of weekly commuting...
- You know you've got to look: ILM costume party photos.
- Oh my gosh. Just click the link and read: it says it all.
- Check out the awesome rainbow of librarian hair. I'm firmly in the radical red category. Um, naturally. Reeeeally.
- Did you know that Walt Disney wasn't cryogenically frozen after his death? (You can even read his will on this site... pretty interesting.) This is despite the Robot Chicken sketch that depicts his re-animated head attached to the body of a spider-like robot. (My favorite part of this episode is actually the 'Voltron Got Served' sketch.)
- And... the truth about the Little Mermaid VHS tape cover. And the Aladdin clip.
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