We are probably already familiar or overfamiliar with Mark Bennett's blueprints from a flatscreen childhood. I had to think of them today when I stumbled across TV Acres, which serves as an atlas for Bennett's imagined worlds.
TV acres breaks it down any number of ways, but most meaningful is by geography, since that maps most directly against the world we're walking on. By state, island, and even "general locale" like Metropolis, or the Simpsons' Springfield. And envy Nancy Drew and MacGyver, who get a category all their own.Posted by kevin slavin at March 28, 2004 12:26 PM