The Archive of Ahistoricality's Quotations
Quotations from Tosh's Historians on History
- V. H. Gailbraith and a brief explanation
- For History's Sake
- Richard Cobb
- National History
- Marx and History
- People in History
- Mental Landscapes
- Michael Howard
- Arthur Marwick
Other Sources of Quotations
- Ferenc Szasz
- T.H. Huxley aphorisms
- Arthur Clarke (also here)
- History Quotes via Wiki
- History Quotes via Quote Garden
- "Galileo Moment" refutations
- Walt Whitman's Political Writings
- Miscellaneous (many pop culture) on thinking and creativity
- Doctor Jokes [I could probably create whole other category for humor, but not yet]
- Robert Heinlein and Petrie's collection
- Poems and quotations from A. A. Milne
- Simon World's Fifty Rules for Bloggers
- Pogo Quote and Sheryl Zettner's quotations page including lots of Oscar Wilde, Winston Churchill
- Yuni's collection including a Latin phrase dictionary and collected quotation pages.
- Ravings of a Madman's mostly conservative quotations
- Planet Claire quotations, sorted by source.
- Outrageous statements from Fundamentalists and (mostly) liberals
- Lethargarian Schedule from The Phantom Tollbooth
- Creative Quotations, which I found via this Born on this day site.
- QuotationsPage.com, including a cute random quotation generator
- plf515's "25 Best Things Ever Said
- proverbs about proverbs
- Thomas Jefferson, at least the Enlightened side. Also, TJ the secularist
- Quotations from Ursula Le Guin
- Nathan Miller on Grant
This is a cool. But I'm afraid to start clicking just yet lest I spend the rest of the day here!
You know what a sucker I am for a good quote or two. This'll be fun to click through. Thanks.
Have you seen these (scroll down)? Every once in a while I consider doing a quote-post featuring quotes about quotes, quoting and "quoters". Maybe in 2007 ... but don't quote me on that, 'kay?
It's an interesting side effect of switching to the new Blogger: when I update my index posts, they go out through the rss feed, drawing much more attention than they used to.
Glad you like it!
That'd be pregnant "yeah." Noticed that later on, when I tried to come back.
Well. I own it.
The good thing is that the--situation? circumstances?--of my entry takes not a whit away from the value of what you did, nor my praise of it.
There's that, and not so small of a thing, in the end, stripped to the essential.
I wasn't criticizing you at all: the beauty of these indices is that they start out small and useless, and over time they become quite substantial. Since you, like so many people, read via rss instead of by going to the blog directly, you wouldn't notice the sidebar material, and who pays attention to that stuff anymore anyway?
You can get around it (at least in bloglines) by chosing to have it ignore updated entries.
In theory, the categories function of the new blogger should make this obsolete, but its too limited to really show all of what I've done over the last two years, so I'm keeping it.
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