I'd like to introduce you to Lists of Note, a website I've just started which is — unsurprisingly, given its name — a blog dedicated to noteworthy lists. Whilst searching for letters over the past couple of years I've often come across fascinating lists, written by all manner of people for many different reasons. Some are amusing, others tear-jerking; some are adorable, others disturbing. From to-do lists to to-not do lists; love lists to death lists — in time, no matter what your interests, there will be something in the archives to keep you engrossed.
The intention is to build a collection in a similar manner to the archives here at Letters of Note, and I'll be updating both sites in tandem, when possible. Even the layout is identical apart from a splash of green. Only a handful of lists are present at the moment but many more will be added in the coming days and weeks, and, as with Letters of Note, your suggestions are very welcome. Don't worry if there's no image of the list; the content is far more important.
Also, while I have your attention, I still need just over 800 supporters for the Letters of Note book. We have 40 days left to hit target, at which point I can start writing. If you haven't already, head over to Unbound and learn more. Without your help, the book won't materialise.
Monday, 5 December 2011
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