Weekend Work 3-11-13: Renewed Interest, a New Look (Sorta), & Some New Links To Go With It

Besides, Clio is annoyed and she must be appeased.

Besides, Clio is annoyed and she must be appeased before she becomes wrothful (though some here at the AHS might say it’s too late to stop that).

Over the weekend one of the American Hysterical Society’s senior advisers mentioned that he was surprised the AHS is still going strong. He thought the staff would lose interest in collecting, creating, and curating history humor. How silly of him. Each day brings fresh crazy to our attention, and each bit of it is inspiration for us. Actually, it’s a wonder that we aren’t more active.

However, no one can accuse us of inactivity. Our links collection had grown so large that the blogroll was crowding out the rest of our homepage. It was a welcome problem to have. We moved all the links over to their own page, which you can find here or on the page buttons above.

We also added to our links collection. You can now find B.R. Cohen’s Days at the Museum, Chris White Answers Profound Questions About the Presidents, and Lileks.com there. All are worth your time, as is everything in our collection. But you knew that already.


About T.H. Gray

T.H. Gray is the self-appointed court jester and Dr. Demento for the history museum field. A lifelong museum professional and reenactor, he is a graduate of the prestigious Peale-Barnum Public History Museum Studies Program. Until 2011, when the AHS hired him away, he was on staff at the Benjamin Dover Memorial Museum & Swimming Pool ("Our History is All Wet!"). He remembers when museums were still about history, science, and art. BTW, all of these posts say they are by T.H. Gray because he can't turn off the byline. Credit, when due, is given. View all posts by T.H. Gray

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