I’m goggle-boxed by the Google Art Project, which offers in-depth looks at dozens of galleries from around the world. The site is executed with the technical excellence and the vast scale that you would expect from the company that brought you Google Maps.
Anyone interested in art, history, or archaeology should run, not walk, to the site at your first opportunity.
After you’ve checked out the Uffizi in Florence or the MoMA in New York, you might browse more esoteric fare, like the Munch Museum in Oslo, or the Museum of Cycladic Art.
One conspicuous absence is the Louvre, but happily, they have their own website.
With this new development, I’m willing to overlook the Gmail redesign scandal, and even Google+.