- ARTNews posted their annual list of the top art collectors in the world. Now that would have made a nice note of interesting trivia on a subject blog (featured on Resource Shelf here).
- A large list of classical music resources on the web by David Mattison. For me, this may be helpful to evaluate what we currently have on our music resources page, maybe add a few new things (featured on Resource Shelf here).
- Resource Shelf featured a collection of searchable databases for art museums. Now that I can probably use too. They now have a second compilation of searchable databases for art museums.
- Infoplease has a list of the 10 Most Expensive Paintings Ever Sold (featured on Resource Shelf here).
- Here's a reference guide to classical music recordings of Black composers (featured on Resource Shelf here).
Tuesday, August 08, 2006
Maybe I should consider a subject blog
There may be various reasons for me to create a blog for my subject specialty. However, a good reason is that I have been coming across a good number of arts and humanities-related sites. Here is a sampling, courtesy of the Resource Shelf. If you are a librarian, and you do not read the Resource Shelf, go add it to your feed reader now. I will wait. . . . Now that you are back, here are some of the things I have been finding: