Welcome. Thanks for stopping by. This is a little post I like to call The Weekly Town Crier; a place where I collect links I found interesting, I post them for you, you click on them, read them, think about them and then we all become enriched and the better for it. Really, it’s a way to change the world, to pull ourselves up by our collective bootstraps. What’s that they say, “Knowledge will win the day?!” Not really. I mean, come on, let’s not make more of this than it is: a bunch of links. Enjoy.
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Download 33 discs of unreleased live Bob Dylan covers.
Browse as Myspace considers five epic musical pranks (no, it’s not a prank that Myspace is still around).
Read as NPR considers the future of libraries in the e-book age.
Read this piece about e-book piracy.
Read as Mark Noll considers the potential benefits and dangers of The Gospel Coalition.
Read as Spin considers the 25 best spring music tours.
Browse this list of some outrageous executive perks.
Read about the return of the Commodore 64.
Read about Fox News and Glenn Beck parting ways.
Read about the Stone Roses reuniting.
Read about The Human League reuniting.
Browse as Paste lists the best songs of the year so far.
Browse this list of the best last lines in literature.
Read as Aquarium Drunkard revisits the soundtrack to Pump Up The Volume.
Read this interview with Sarah Vowell.
Read as Justin Taylor suggests a three-act way of understanding the storyline of Scripture.
Check out Droptunes, a media player for mp3s stored at Dropbox.