Before there were blogs, there were scrapbooks. Like many people in the pre-internet era, I saved clippings of interesting or humorous items in envelopes and folders and desk drawers, and eventually transferred them into "magnetic" photo albums. Now I've reached the "downsizing" phase of my life, and have to decide what to do with the material. I don't want to drag the albums around with me forever, but some of the material is too good to just throw in the dumpster.
So, I'm scanning the pages into TYWKIWDBI. This is the first of what will eventually be ten weekly posts with material from my old "humor" scrapbook. The content varies from
priceless to junky (especially in the case of humor, which often doesn't age well), but there's no time to sort things out or curate the
content (and in any case, old "magnetic" photo albums don't lend
themselves to the rearranging of paper content, which starts to shred
when you try to remove or rearrange it.)
The text on all the types of "scrapbook" pages can be very difficult to read. One possible workaround is to right-click on a page to open it in a new tab, then zoom the image on that tab.