LAUNCH OF BETA SITE
The Digital Miscellanies Index database is live! You can find it here
. There are still refinements to make, and glitches to fix, but please have a look at it and see what you think. We are interested in any feedback you may have. Many, many thanks to Kelsey, Shirin, Amir, Joe and Ian from Gnostyx for all their work in building this interface, and making the database ready for today. And a huge thank you to the rest of the research team in Oxford and the UK who have worked so hard over the past three years to make this happen.
MISCELLANIES ON WIKIPEDIA
Miscellanies now exist on Wikipedia! For an excellent new survey of the form and its uses, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miscellany