Instead of complaining about everyone’s favorite listserv, why not turn it into a game?
Use this bingo card generator and my text list (after the jump) to make your own cards!
What the fonds, Internet? Why do you always explode in drama when I am on vacation?
Anyway, there have been some interesting discussions about potential improvements to our beloved A&A. And no offense to the bloggers and their commenters, but I think their suggestions for places to talk about archives are a bit…uncreative. Blogs? Twitter? Wikis? I have some EVEN BETTER IDEAS.
(Photo credits, top to bottom: Smithsonian Institution, Rachel Miller, LSE Library. Cudos to Grant L. Simpson for the Chatroulette screenshot, and to everyone who sent more cat photos than I can possibly fit in one comic. Parody, fair use, etc.)
I don’t think this one really needs any commentary.
Photo courtesy of the Swedish National Heritage Board on Flickr Commons.
Thanks a lot, archivists. I’m supposed to be on vacation, but y’all are creating drama on A&A again.
Ever seen those Daily Show segments where cute kids read transcripts from cable news and you realize how silly the whole thing sounds? I decided I’m going to do that for A&A, archives-style.
Flickr Commons ftw!