Maybe our favorite thing of the week was the launch by the Judd Foundation of an exhaustive online version of Donald Judd‘s personal library. Containing more than 13,000 books covering a gigantic assortment of topics, it’s a virtual tour of the former Marfa-based artist’s collection. We know that “virtual tour” sounds like Web .5, but it feels entirely apt. Or maybe we’re just suckers for books, great photos of library stacks, and Judd in general. Whatever the case, we couldn’t think of a better way to spend the rest of your Friday. And when you need a break, we recommend hitting up this Art Info interview the director of the Foundation, Barbara Hunt McLanahan, who talks about both the library itself and how this online component all came together.