If you are like me, you are prone to distraction while on the web. I chalk it up to the peril of an active mind. (grin)
Anyway, I start down one digital path looking for something specific and a run across something related that I can’t pass by without a click.
“Whoops! There he goes”, says Susanne.
Suddenly I’m looking at stuff I didn’t intend to search for but that is absolutely captivating.
Two recent web sites that I came across may be of interest to you so I will share the links here. One is the Douglas Society at the
A second site is the California Academy of Science in
Incidentally, both sites have spectacular online newsletters.
When you find sites like these, you might want to put them in your “favorites” folder for future reference. We’ve found that there is so much to see and consider on the web that it is easy to get lost and not know where you saw something or someplace you want to return. Your “favorites” folder is a good place to “file” these sites so you can find them easily.
We assume you already put our sites in that folder. (grin)
Tribal Artery is the periodic blog of Aboriginals: Art of the First Person and our online galleries at Native Jewelry Link, Native Pottery Link, TribalWorks and ZuniLink. You are cordially invited to visit the sites and see what is new.