Want to curl up with a good book? Take your pick: from Perez the Mouse to the Paston letters, from cheesy 19th-century novels to sober anthropological studies.
Evelina by Fanny Burney. The author’s first big success, with illustrations by Hugh Thomson and others.
About Ceylon and Borneo, the last entry in Walter Clutterbuck’s series of bachelor travels.
Picturesque Views on the River Thames as taken by Samuel Ireland in 1792, with dozens of handsome engravings.
Here’s where it gets meta. Run a website long enough, and you start learning things—including plenty of things you would have been perfectly happy not knowing.
All the stuff that wouldn’t fit anywhere else. Along with the do-it-yourself MiSTings, this is where you’ll meet Judge Judy, the heraldic
lion , the killer robot and more.
Idle thoughts from an idle webmaster, or, things that will never grow up to be pages of their own. Probably.
If you know the difference between what is real and what is not real, you may like this.
Or, then again, you may not.
Things get interesting when you venture beyond the familiar ABC.
Everything you need to know about Prosyl, Nunacom and the rest of the family.
The Inuktitut language as seen from the outside—with some unavoidable digressions into the politics of the far north.
Reports from our favorite legislative body, the Nunavut Assembly.
Over here: reality. Over there, drifting away on an ice floe: our hopes.