But there is another web site that is not so personal, yet is still more than worthy of exploration. It's vision, it claims, is 'to liberate the written word.' What does that mean? It means, it appears, that if the Smithsonian is the nation's attic, this place aspires to be the nation's bottom desk drawer. (You know the one, at home or the office, where we dump the things we're going to sort out some day very soon - the hotel receipts, dog licenses, half-finished letters, birthday cards, manuals for electronic toys, broken pencils, half-used 2003 calendar pads, new fillers for long-lost pens, obsolete forms, printouts of thinky cables we really meant to read and think about, dead calculators, expired Cup-of-Noodles, old shopping lists, new panty hose, the first draft of The Novel - which turns into years and years).
A scholarly look at modern Estonian death cults
The 1934 study of psychic phenomena in Jamaica
The 1944 report on intelligence activities on Saipan
No interest? Then how about...
ICE's 2009 lesson plan on consular notification
The top secret CIA OIG report on interrogation and torture of Al Qaida suspects
The memorandum of conversation between two State OIG inspectors and the consular officer who issued visas to 11 of the 9/11 hijackers.
An article on the murder of a key witness, the Clinton dictatorship, and a shot spotter device. Put on your tinfoil hat.