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Wednesday, November 23, 2005
LeaderJar.com is part of the Fruit Jars Collectors Webring. Their publication library is very extensive - this is a collecting market that pre-dates the internet by a quite considerable time. Other collectors offer copious images of round boxes and fruit jar rubbers, or the Aussie Bottle Digger site, with its helpful colour charts.

All About Nothing isn't exactly that, but they're developing an eye for arcana and scanned pop culture / get the most out of contemporary technology at A Consuming Experience. If only it could tell us how to enable something called 'packet data' on our phone, then we could use the thrilling looking Mobile GMaps / Annoyances.org, 'the most complete collection of information assembled for and by actual users of Microsoft Windows'.

The Folio Society has been making handsome limited editions for nearly sixty years. They're one of the few publishers who really care about cover art, harking back to the days when riches often lurked beneath the dust jacket. Some fine bindings from the past / Pirelli's calendar page is pretty decently done. The calendar has always tracked pop culture pretty closely, slavishly imitating pop art, fine art and cinema, yet is also a rather cyclical affair, with styles popping up over and over again. Look out for stark, Newton-esque black and white (1990, 1999, 2005), theatrical, extravagant and surrealist (1988, 1992, 2004), cinematic romping (1872, 1985, 2006) or vogueish pop knock-offs (1969, 1973).

Digg, a technology news website / more tech news at Joi Ito / modern photography for sale at Villa Grisebach / incredible paperwork (via plasticbag) / what is brand hijacking?, a question asked into the void. The void hasn't responded as yet / we contributed a little bit of holiday hell to tmn. Also via the mn, clouds that look like things / after the post on Courchevel's steep runway, some videos of planes landing on mountains (including Courchevel, mpg) (via) / Andrew Brown on Owning Ideas: 'The difference between ideas and things is obvious as soon as someone hits you over the head with an idea - so obvious that until recently it was entirely clear to the law.'

'"Lost" is "Baywatch" for the New Millennium', according to Off-Grid, a web publication devoted to solutions for living outside convention. It seems to attract everything from survivalists to hybrid-loving Yuppies, a fairly broad church / London, 2005, a video installation by Pipilotti Rist. Kultureflash's archives are well worth perusing / mods always promise so much, then vanish into the ether. This Interstate 76 version of Battlefield 2 would be lovely right now. Odds are that it'll never happen / photos of Greenwich Village by Robert Totter / houseblinger catalogues those little neighbourhood spikes in the National Grid / for your seasonal entertainment, Coudal offer the Portable Fish, their celebrated puzzle in pdf form.