Tuesday, October 03, 2006


We're almost midway into October and here I am thinking a lot about scaringdom and eviscerated movie heroes, wanton spirits and the like. Then of course, soon we'll have the warehouse-grown turkeys and revisionist historical tales, followed by a materialist American Christmas, ohboy. It'd help if I were one of the Google guys, or Richard Branson because I was really in a consumerist mood earlier this month. Maybe it's the lower gas prices (time to get that eighteen-wheeler on spinners you've been lusting for all summer? They'll most likely be back up in spring though, homies. Visit RSquared for a primer on winter gas prices.)

Enn-ee-ways, I've rediscovered the joy of netcentric windowshopping, along with opening yet another online account that I'm sure is actively tracking my clicks. Maybe you're aware I'm a museum fetishist, and because I sometimes forget this is a design blog as much as a digital soapbox, I'd like to direct your attention to some new capitalist heavens. Maybe heaven organizational tools are describe them better? Two sites that enable the average Joe or Josephine to bookmark photos with the vim of a crackhead are cribcandy and wists. Methinks they are connected in some way and I'm sure there are more places like this, these social bookmarking tools they call 'em. Anyway, here's yet another way for complete strangers to get into my head and see what I'm thinking about, or at least drooling over with little possibility at all any of it will ever come into my possession. So, here's a look at my virtual museum ::Emil's WistsList:: Now, I'm on the hunt for vintage taxidermy specimens; a jackalope would be nice. It's uhm, so I can set up the garage as a haunted home office....

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

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3:41 PM  
Blogger fung shway* said...

accesssory overload...but i like the way you think....especially the branch shelves.

still not your friend,

12:50 AM  
Anonymous Cherra Mitchell said...

I have obviously been remiss in my discovery of internet innovations. This is the first I'm hearing of WistList. Eventually, I'll start my own...but right now I'm busy drooling over that leica M8 digital on yours.

8:10 AM  

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