The London Transport Museum have got their act together and put their entire poster archive up, in full - the results are quite spectacular, and worth a few hours boggling at least. Meanwhile Jonathan Glancey visits the rejigged museum in the Covent Garden tourist playground, and unsuprisingly puts in another of his hymns of praise for Frank Pick, aesthete, stern presbyterian and London Transport boss. Great symmetry also that this comes out when (more quietly than I'd like: it ought to be yelled from the rooftops at Gordon Brown) it's becoming clear that the tube will be renationalised, seemingly because of the sheer financial idiocy of running it privately, but never mind. Reminding me, for once, why Livingstone is one of the few people I've ever bothered voting for, though it doesn't make his craven position over policemen shooting commuters any less unpleasant.
(thanks to Bat for the link)