First the links--they're from my Bloglines feeds (which I'll make public one of these days, when I get around to it), so I want to post them here for future reference. In no particular order:
- Alan Baumler discusses "[t]he question of China's existence or non-existence in the eyes of foreigners" on 井底之蛙, The China History Group Blog
- Shannon Parker of tonari no shibafu summarizes his sensei's advice on how to be a Japanese intellectual history scholar
- Clancy Ratliff of CultureCat browses MIT's OpenCourseWare and find some cool things on writing, feminism, new media studies, etc.
- Issues in Scholarly Communication notes Yahoo!'s new deep Web searching services, and
- ISC also excerpts an editorial from Library & Information Science Research on open access to research
And now for Mei-mei:
Mei-mei, who lives with her "grandparents" in Hsin-she, likes to hang out around our car when we visit. She always looks forward to going on rides with us, even though those rides usually end up at the vet's where she gets her blood sugar checked...