There is nothing quite like the internet for promoting procrastination and thwarting grand ambition. Here at things
there are many projects
that conspire to lurk forever on the fringes of our available time. That's not that these projects won't ever happen, but we'd be the first to admit that certain things seem to live on a permanent back burner. (Speaking of permanent back burning, things
estimates that it has existed on or in close proximity (i.e. daily contact with dust/plaster and general debris) dust to building sites for nearly three solid years
.) But we digress. Suffice to say, plans are afoot, once again...
Other things. America's escalating highway wars have pitched in favour of the SUV for the first time: more light trucks
were bought than passenger cars in 2001. Ephemera Now
provides full-color reminiscences from the days when cars were big and trucks were just for farmers, a technicolor ad-o-rama that's almost an on-line version of Taschenís ĎAll-American
' series, triumphs of slick picture research and cost-effective repro that are well-worth possessing.