A Giant Page of Annotated Links

Now that I am into making handmade books, in a BIG way, I want a place to keep track of my links about the subject. What I think I am going to do is create a repository page for annotated links. I am very tired of discovering useful and inspiring things, sending a note to myself on gmail about it, and then not being able to ever find it again among the thousands of messages that I have there (Julianne, can you relate?).

I will do this with any number of topics, and then aggregate all the links onto a giant link page on CarolWiebe.com. I want to be able to find what I want when I want, from anywhere, so this seems to be a workable solution. We’ll see.

Of course, it is a work in progress. And it will keep changing. What I will not have time for is to keep retesting all the links. I will have to rely on readers to let me know when a link has gone bad, for some reason, such as if a person makes changes to their website. Otherwise, they will only be changed serendipitously as I happen to test a link.

I also will keep playing with the structure of how I compose these annotated link pages, so they will keep evolving as well. As one of the tags, I will use Carol’s Annotated Links. It has also become a category (as of 3 seconds ago).

Stay tuned for the progress of this self-serving, mega-project, that you will certainly benefit from as well if you happen to be interested in the same topics I am.


About CarolWiebe

Art entices, inspires, and delights me. Art is a vehicle for laughter, tears, wonder, enlightenment--taking me on a constant path of discovery. You can't say that about housework (except, perhaps, for the crying part).
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5 Responses to A Giant Page of Annotated Links

  1. Carol, have you tried saving your bookmarks to Delicious, a social bookmarking site? The beauty of it is that you can access it from anywhere, you can annotate your sites, you can tag them and because it is a social sharing site, you can see the most aggregated sites on your themes and find more. Probably there is a widget to display a feed to those sites to your wordpress blog. Quite a few libraries use Delicious too.

  2. I look forward to viewing this link page. That is really nice of you to display it where others can benefit from using it too!

  3. tammy vitale says:

    Handmade books are the focus of my next local artist gals get together – we’re going to do handmade paper and copper etching. Once of us already has a lovely collection from ebay that she got for practically nothing – she’s sharing for inspiration. So of course I have to share your links – this is awesome! Thanks, Carol!

  4. Oh my! Can I relate–even after that thorough “clearing” I just this morning began a new list (potential teaching venues in a draft email to me), and my very first thought seeing your post was an instinctive, “Ooooh, I think I still have my Handmade Book list, I’ll dig it out–share it with Carol & compare notes!” Not that I won’t do just that, but first I want to remember one of my new mantras: Making a list to stockpile information turns that list into more clutter–actually USING the information turns the list into a tool. Here’s to your new tool!!

  5. Hi there just wanted to give you a quick heads up.
    The text in your post seem to be running off the screen in Safari.
    I’m not sure if this is a format issue or something to do with browser compatibility
    but I figured I’d post to let you know. The design look great though!
    Hope you get the issue solved soon. Many thanks

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