I spent about thirty minutes tonight composing a post to C18-L to contribute to the discussion taking place regarding Thomson-Gale’s Eighteenth-Century Collections online but then couldn’t get what I wanted to say to come out right. I was going to cross post to my blog, but instead I offer you this:
Vernica Downey linked to my entry on the online Gutenberg Bible at the University of Texas. Following the TrackBack to her blog, I read an entry that mentions a cover by Dar Williams‘ of REM‘s “Don’t Fall on Me.
Following this link I learned that Ms. Williams has also covered a song by Pierce Pettis, for whom I did some computer work a zillion years ago because he used to be married to an English professor where I got my B.A. and M.A.
All roads lead to where you are.
Hopefully the Thomson-Gale thoughts will arrange themselves in a more orderly fashion at some point in the future. When they do, I’ll share them with you, of course.