* not comics: this article at the NY Times from a few days back is more about the writer's identification with 'zines than it is about some resurgence in 'zine-making, but I enjoyed some of the ideas floated in terms of how 'zines fit into the post-Internet expressive landscape.
* KC Carlson talks about the way he stored his comics before they had ways to store comics. I remember seeing a Don Rosa article in a Louisville paper in his TCJ file once, where from the photo you could tell he had bookshelves. I'm personally a big fan of wicker. (via Chris Pitzer, maybe?)