Collecting & listmaking
Hey, that’s a lot of lists! Kicks my butt… “Jansen has collected shopping lists for a number of years. He currently has over 3,000 different… Read More »World’s Largest Shopping List Collection
Hello again, NYT readers! “The age of MoMA, the Museum of Modern Art, is over. The age of MoOM, the Museum of Online Museums, is… Read More »Online, Anything and Everything Can Be a Museum Piece
“Who is Inspector Collector? I’m just a guy who loves to collect stuff, all kinds of stuff. My great grandpa, grandpa and dad came from… Read More »Check out the excellent Inspector Collector!
“Cabinets of Curiosities were small museums collected and curated usually by one individual. The contents were objects of an exotic nature, culture artifacts, oddities, extraordinary… Read More »Web Wunderkammer: A collection of curiosities for study & grins
Jane Sforza, assistant treasurer for the town of Rockland, [Massachusetts,] believes one should always have a pen close at hand. At last count she had… Read More »Write on: Rockland assistant treasurer’s unusual pen passion
“There was a time when almost everyone in the country collected stamps. That was only about 20 years ago. For children at that time, stamps… Read More »For collectors, anything is a fair target
Hi LinkMonkey readers! “Have you ever had to stand in a long line at the grocery store? In order to amuse yourself while you wait,… Read More »LinkMonkey.net: Eclectible Collectibles
“People who collect things are called by many names. Some of their names are as unusual as the items they collect.”
So Much Clutter, So Little Room: Examining the Roots of Hoarding. Also: Why don’t children collect things anymore?