The internet and its infinite world make us check that email, and when we realise we've been watching videos of how to understand your cat's feelings when you don't even have a cat.
Well, well, but sometimes this random browsing can take us to exciting places (articles), like this one about The One-Bedroom Museum of Thomas Lollar, a ceramist, teacher and collector.
Lollar has been filling up his 500 square-foot (46 m2) flat with everything that interests him, with a particular interest in "utilitarian objects, handled by the people of the time," he says. "Ancient hand mirrors, silver spoons, cutlery, and utensils such as the patera: a saucepanlike object sometimes worn by soldiers for eating in the theater of battle."
Read the full article on Curbed.