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BibliOdysseyAnother entry for “blogs we love.” I just discovered BlbliOdyssey (“Books, Illustrations, Science, History, Visual Materia Obscura, and Eclectic Bookart”) recently, but it only takes a few minutes to get hooked at this site, which collects pages from illustrated manuscripts and books. (It’s marred only by the unfortunate placement of Google adsense ads directly under the main header.)

The site is curiously terse. I wonder who the host, “PK,” is. Can anyone enlighten me?

This is also the first site other than my own FriscoVista that I’ve seen that uses del.icio.us tags for site navigation.

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2 Comments

  1. Can anyone enlighten me?

    He’s a feckless gorm with questionable judgement, a motor mouth, fungating swizzle stick and pineal crystal mines in Yalta. When not avoiding human companionship by way of hobby, he can be found generating greenhouse gases and latent mesotheliomas inhaling deeply from non-filtered ex-Dutch blue-packaged tobacco products in suburban Sydney. He used to swim in the ocean on the first days of summer and winter. Now he doesn’t. His favourite colour is the guitar.

  2. Cool, Peacay, do you mind if I set that to music?

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