Very us – Mc.Clintock
is a ‘structured, visual record of everything inside my house’ (via metafilter
), brimming full of obsessively detailed minutae. This
, for example, is how to catalogue a drawer. The detail is first rate: these are little things
- how could we resist?
The way the site is laid out makes brings to mind a visual version of Infocom's
celebrated text-based adventure games (especially Hitchhiker’s Guide
- one can imagine that the type of things that lurked in bathroom cabinets
would come in handy here). And yes, the picture to the left are shelves stolen from the site - apologies. They’re almost as nice as ours
Elsewhere, a few things that make us wish our digital camera would just hurry up and arrive. Jay Boucher’s photos of the vans
of New York is effortlessly elegant (again, a topic we’ve touched on before
). And these are two gorgeous galleries: ericalba
(the latter has some fine architectural montages, including this one of Centre Point
). What’s with the cinematic picture format adopted by most photologs?