According to the blogosphere, I am under strict instructions not to label this panorama of Grand Central Station's largest clock as "steampunk." So I will say, instead, that if you like gears and clockwork and century-old architecture design, you may like this panorama.
The second day we went to Greenfield Village, and my mind was promptly blown when I learned that Thomas Edison's laboratory from Menlo Park had been moved to Dearborn and reassembled, as closely to the original arrangement as could be.
Quick, check out Woot's shirt of the day today. It's only available today and is steampunky in nature! (Their summary -- "Wear this shirt: when you’re feeling a little steampunk, but not in the sort of way that would result in you dressing all goofy.")
The countdown for the Raygun Gothic Rocketship is at two days. If anyone is at Burning Man, take many photos and videos and report on what happens!
We are pretty good about keeping on top of publications here at Steampunk Librarian HQ, but we are a dismal failure at keeping au courant with steampunk music. Fortunately, Sepiachordhas that aspect of the culture covered, and we happily direct you there!
And finally, the New York Times has an article on the ultimate steampunk loft. Located in DUMBO (Brooklyn), it is part of a working clocktower. It's gorgeous and mechanical and vintage and modern all in one.