My Links Explained, part 1
Now that the holidays are over, well, there’s still New Year’s Eve (but I’m usually in bed by 9 o’clock), I have some time to explain the links that I’ve got on this site and why they deserve a visit. The artmoney link is my home page at artmoney.org. This is a wonderful project/gallery devoted to international art. Over a thousand artists from around the globe are represented and what they all have in common is that they are making “intellectual currency”. Navigate to the home page of artmoney and you can fine artists by country, by gender or alphabetically, and you can take a tour of artmoney headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Bird talk takes you to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology blog which has wonderful photos of birds in their natural habitats, and lots of good info about birds as well. Click on their link to the Cornell Lab site and you can look up any bird, and find out anything you ever wondered about any bird. Like ‘what do humming birds use to make their nests?’ Well dandy lion puffs and spider webs, of course!
The best chocolate is the place to go when you are craving a treat. This is the blog of my friend Michael who really does make the best chocolate around. Reading about the life of a modern day chocolatier is much less filling then eating a box of chocolates, but if you need to do that as well, there’s always mail order.