This is an interesting site that puts faces and back ground on some of the contemporary greats of the poetry world, men whose works have occupied a forward place in my poetic education. Interesting reading.
I haven't spent enough time with it to figger out how to use it quite right, but the idea is fascinating. The fact remains that I have zillions of bookmarks that I have yet to find a better way to handle in other programs than retyping or cut & paste. So I won't be adding my two bits. But it makes for yet another way to waste my life on the Internet.
This webzine looks interesting, even if its masthead does appear a little understaffed. It's name - Quodlibet - is similar to this present blog. If you dabble in Medieval philosophy you run into both forms a lot. Article of note: "Suffering the Patient Victory of God: Shusaku Endo and the Lessons of a Japanese Catholic". It invovles de Lubac, who wrote the book on Medieval Biblical exegesis.