By Kevin Guilfoile
Well, the news seems unrelentingly bleak, but it's a holiday weekend, one I'm going to try to spend mostly away from the newspapers and television and computer. It also means things will probably be pretty slow around here, so I'll avoid the expected themes and keep it all light and follow-uppy.
Several months ago I posted about The Curators a three-part documentary I hosted and narrated about several collectors featured in The Museum of Online Museums. Well, somebody at Jimmy Kimmel Live watched that film, and last night Jimmy had one of our collectors, Bill Keaggy, on the the show to talk about grocery lists and to plug his book Milk, Eggs, Vodka. Bill appeared right between Dakota Fanning and Korn, which made me long for the late night days when everybody used to hang out on the couch.
Anyway, I thought it was all pretty funny, and so in the spirit of updating you on old posts you hardy remember, let's go to the clips:
If you've ever collected anything odd or interesting, go ahead and tell us in the comments. And if you still have an oddball collection, we might put you in the MoOM and you could end up in a Hollywood green room sorting M&Ms and drinking Pepsi with gravelly voiced Nu-Metal gods.
Happy Fourth of July everybody. Be safe.