I consider it quite a privilege that you stopped by. I realize you have a limited number of megagigabytes to spend during the week and I’m flattered that you’d burn through some time with me.
This where I collect and pass along links that, for one reason or another, throughout the week, I found interesting. You might find some of them interesting as well. Or you might not. Either way, it’s ahh’ight.
Be my Facebook friend. It’s not real until it’s on Facebook.
Follow my Twitterings.
Browse the music I’ve been listening to.
Take a Tumbl with me.
Browse this piece demonstrating beyond reasonable doubt that Tom Cruise’s right tooth is in the center of his face.
Browse this list of “24 People Who Are Really Nailing This Parenting Thing.”
Watch this piece about “Atheist Church” in Britain.
Read Lillian Daniel’s piece “Magical Thinking About Unread Books:” I particularly resonate with the phrase: “I am always carrying books around in the hope of reading them.”
Read as Barna considers: “Are Christians More Like Jesus or More Like the Pharisees?” Pay particular attention to the conclusion: “The findings reveal that most self-identified Christians in the U.S. are characterized by having the attitudes and actions researchers identified as Pharisaical.”
Read Breitbart’s piece: “ESPN Apologizes For Commentator’s Christian Worldview On Homosexuality.”
Read the uplifting piece: “Capitalism is killing our morals, our future.”
Download new music from Josh White, now going by Pilgrim.
Read “Loving Dzhokhar Tsarnaev” by Boston pastor Adam Mabry.
Read Wired’s piece: “Meet the First Digital Generation. Now Get Ready to Play by Their Rules.”
Browse the “most played” tracks in the iTunes of Paste staff.
Read as “Relevant” Magazine considers “The Socially Acceptable Sin.”
Read as “Relevant” considers “When Christians Speak of Violence in Islam.”
Read my friend Justin McRoberts (nice socks, man)’s thoughtful piece on “Gay Athletes And Civility,” in which he suggests: “Learning to disagree without dehumanizing those with whom we disagree (and especially about issues tied to identity) is as important an expression of grace as simply siding with someone.”
Read this piece, arguing: “BlackBerry’s CEO is correct: There’s no future in tablets.”
Hopefully you never need to heed this advice, but: “Posing As Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour To Scam Hospital For $100K In Treatment Is Not A Good Idea.”
Read as NPR Music considers: “How have your tastes in music changed as you’ve gotten older?”
Browse as Flavorwire picks “The 10 Albums You Need to Hear in May.”
Browse this list of “The Best Musician Appearances on ‘The Colbert Report’.”
See this collection of “Handwritten Manuscript Pages From Classic Novels.”
Read about the remaining “Beastie Boys Sign a Memoir Deal.”
Read: “Benny Hinn Asks Followers for $2.5 Million to Get Out of Debt.” I have some debt I’d like to get out of . . .
Read about the recent findings: “Beard Study Shows Heavy Stubble Makes Men Especially Attractive To Women.”
Walk with Flavorwire through “A Graveyard of Failed Internet Music Ventures.”