You know where they live - now put them on your bookshelf.
Congratulations to Australian blogger Peacay on his magnificent collection of digital images, all published with permission for that browsing we like to do outside without batteries.
Here's an exhibition worth checking out, and the quality has been vouched for by Josh Catone of ReadWriteWeb.
An Australian Gothic collection will be published by Equilibrium Books in December. Link via HorrorScope.
It looks like a lot of little French Potter fans have been waiting for a while. I like the heading on this article. And I liked the pics here too.
The Guardian has been trainspotting in Paris, too. (Just in case you were wondering which nation reads more books on the train.)
Cyberjournalist.net now lists nearly 250 blogs from news sites. (Link via ReadWriteWeb, where Josh Catone also notes the release of the "Mobile Journalism Toolkit" by Nokia and Reuters.)
And finally, from the Global By Design blog, this link to an article in the Online Journalism Review on Africa's levels of Internet participation.