J's photos on Flickr
You are here:

Spooky Librarians HQ
The Steampunk Librarian
Meet Cleaver Theatre
Meet Cleaver Theatre episodes on YouTube
Earlier, pre-redesign Folderol archives

 Subscribe to the RSS feed!

Other Spooky People:
The Art of Darkness
Neil Gaiman
The Human Marvels
Mystery of the Haunted Vampire
Slaughterhouse Studios
Other Library People:
Awful Library Books
It's All Good
Law Librarian Blog
Librarian in Black
Library Stuff
Library Underground
Miss Information
Shelf Check
The Society for Librarians Who Say...
Tiny Librarian
Other Steampunk People
Brass Goggles
The Gatehouse Gazette
Steampunk Empire
The Steampunk Home
SteamPunk Magazine
Urban Oasis
Friends and Other Must-Reads:
Atlas Obscura
The Awl
Bifurcated Rivets
Blind Prophecy
The Bourbon Asylum
The Comics Curmudgeon
Dawn's Life
Defective Yeti
Make: Online
mimi smartypants
The Morning News
poesy galore
Pop Culture Junk Mail
The Simple Tones of Life
Surviving the World
The Swordswallowers
Topless Robot
Walkoff Walk
Warren Ellis
The Whatever
your baby smells like hot garbage

Powered by Blogger
Get blog templates like this one from BlogSkins.com

Monday, May 18, 2009
And we're back! Photos of the trip will be up shortly. In the meantime, I recommend Bedlam Theatre's "Dali on Tour" production, which I saw Friday night at Coney Island and is touring the country at present. And speaking of live theatre, if you're in Orlando, go see Schave & Reilly's Department of Angels! They are not only our friends, they're gifted performers and deserve lots of attention.

Terrible Yellow Eyes features works inspired by Where the Wild Things Are, so you know the art will be fantastical and fun.

Is Spock a role model for the autistic among us?

The "12 Flickr Superstars" discussion page is a great way to find new artists, if you're looking for photographic inspiration.

And finally, from Holly: Awkward Family Photos. Hilarious, and definitely awkward.

Jinnet @ 5/18/2009 : comments: 1
Comments: 1

1:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous: Ok. It�s a Monday and I�m coming down hard from a fantastic trip(BTW: how am I supposed to get back into a routine, to be satisfied with my life, after such a trip?) so I must comment on the Autistic Trekdom posting.

To be fair, I understand the point of the author, I am, as the kids today say, picking up what he�s throwing down, I just disagree with some of it (although I�m glad it offers him and his family hope)

Spock, though, does not always �cherish� his traits that make him different. Throughout the series, and in parts of this film, he constantly struggles with who he is. It is extremely difficult to be a conflicting blend of feeling and logic.

Post a Comment

Google Custom Search
Archived posts
October 2005
November 2005
December 2005
January 2006
February 2006
March 2006
April 2006
May 2006
June 2006
July 2006
August 2006
September 2006
October 2006
November 2006
December 2006
January 2007
February 2007
March 2007
April 2007
May 2007
June 2007
July 2007
August 2007
September 2007
October 2007
November 2007
December 2007
January 2008
February 2008
March 2008
April 2008
May 2008
June 2008
July 2008
August 2008
September 2008
October 2008
November 2008
December 2008
January 2009
February 2009
March 2009
April 2009
May 2009
June 2009
July 2009
August 2009
September 2009
October 2009
November 2009
December 2009
January 2010
February 2010
March 2010
Previous posts
Some quick links before I leave: The ALA and NIH ...
Tomorrow I set off for New York, where I'm going t...
Okay, it's official: the Steampunk Librarian (aka ...
You never know who's going to pop up on Twitter th...
Friday! Links from others! Many thanks, everyone. ...
Happy Odd Day, everyone! GovFresh gives you the W...
Today is grey and spooky. Spooky day=spooky links!...
It's time to clean out the archives at the Steampu...
I never heard of Star Wars Day before this year, b...
Happy May Day/Beltane, everyone! Many thanks to ev...