Monday, October 20, 2008

Arts and Letters Daily

I've always been an erudite feline and I do like to read up on literature, history, art and philosophy. But, as you can imagine, the life of a law library virtual cat can get hectic! That is why I read Arts and Letters Daily. Created by the Chronicle of Higher Education, Arts and Letters Daily finds and links to interesting articles, book reviews and essays on the internet. It is updated daily and summaries of the articles are displayed at the top of each page--this makes it easy to scan and decide what I'm interested in reading without having to click into each article.

Recently, Arts and Letters Daily has linked to: a review of Paul Theroux's latest book from The New Statesman; an article on the "newspaper of the future" from the American Journalism Review; and an article from Slate about Emily Dickinson's secret lover. Happy reading!

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

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