Helloooo, DPLA. You’re lookin’ fine, 24/7.

Man, hitting the jackpot with awesome websites. This one is the Digital Public Library of America. Kind of speaks for itself.

Hey, that’s what I was talking about!

This is one of their exhibits, a series on Prohibition. You can select one of several different themes, and begin your edumacation from there. I chose the “Unintended Consequences” theme, and the site led me through a gallery of photos and text that was informative and pleasing.

Go take a gander. It’s an interesting take on the future of museums, and it’s also a great resource for those who can’t afford admission or don’t have a museum nearby.

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About mjpwoodruff

My biggest dilemma throughout life has probably been figuring out what I’m most interested in out of all the things I’ve ever come across and thought was worth a second glance. I have lists on my phone for all the books I haven’t bought and want to read, all the music I’ve tagged and want to listen to, all the fleeting thoughts I’ve had that could lead to an interesting topic for further daydreaming, etc. I probably visit thesaurus.com as often as I visit social media sites. A short list of things I’ve considered majoring in: film, poetry, neuroscience, composing, screenwriting, anthropology, biology, history, journalism, sociology, forensic science, political science. The only thing I’ve found in common with all of these things so far is that they all relate to humans, how they work, and how they interact. I love bees, morning drives into New York City, and ultimate frisbee. I also sell Girl Scout cookies, if you’re into that. - Maggie Woodruff

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