The Sands Mechanical Museum, incorporating the Coin Op Game Museum and the Pocket Watch Museum, a personal ‘virtual museum’. It doesn’t have the scope of Cyberheritage, the quite awesome extensive UK site devoted to collating all forms of historical material. Also in a similar vein, Turnstile, a frankly vast (and very ‘things-y’) website devoted to picture sets, artworks and more.
Around Britain with a paunch, a food blog / Random Curiosity, a visual journal / Your City from the Air, an epic forum thread at SkyscraperCity / 6 degrees of Black Sabbath, find the musical links you didn’t know existed / zoom in on the Moon / zoom into the Moon a lot / Radical Cartography, making maps from data / the Games of my Life.
Live train map for the London Underground, not especially useful, but amazing nonetheless (via Haddock / the Geograph Project, which ‘aims to collect geographically representative photographs and information for every square kilometre of Great Britain and Ireland’ / the Sketch Book Project, via DO / Archinect points us towards this marvellous Abandoned Palace on Beekman Street at Scouting New York / we are not time travellers.