Sometimes you have to make choices in life. Sometimes you even have to make difficult choices. Like what to do with your time. I mean, come on, there’s only so much time in the day and you have to be careful how you spend it
That’s where the Weekly Town Crier comes in. There’s no longer any reason for you wander aimlessly through the nameless paths of the Interwebs. I collect links of varying degrees of interest and you show your interest by clicking on them and reading them and thinking about them and then next week we do it all over again.
Visit our family blog: “The Thomas Ten.”
Browse Large Hearted Boy‘s list of “100 Online Sources for Free and Legal Music Downloads.”
Listen to a mix of some of my favorite songs released in 2015.
Browse my 42 favorite albums of the year.
Ever wonder how to read more books?
Read as The Atlantic considers “Why the British Tell Better Children’s Stories”.
Read about the push to rename a Jack and Coke to a “Lemmy”.
Read about the recent study finding that $9.99 is too much for most people to pay for streaming music.
- Read Pitchfork‘s report that Bowie was planning another album.
- Read as Gregory Alan Thornbury wonders “What do we learn from the complicated legacy of a beloved icon?” for Christianity Today.
- Read as Iggy Pop shares his Bowie memories.
R.I.P. Alan Rickman.
Read as “Relevant” argues that people should stop expecting churches to “feed” them.
Read as Time explores rumors that Apple will include wireless earbuds with the next iPhone.
Read as Quartz reports: “Philosophers want to know why physicists believe theories they can’t prove”.
Read as Outside magazine considers our “Chris McCandless Obsession Problem”.
See “what America would look like without gerrymandering” at The Washington Post.
“Meet the “Super 8″ Camera Designed for Internet Kids” at the Creators Project.
Read/watch as CNN considers “Why Adult Coloring Books Are So Good For You”.
Browse the complete Netflix genre list.
Read Salon‘s report: “Donald Trump talks at a fourth-grade level.”
Read “Galileo on Why We Read and How Books Give Us Superhuman Powers” at Brain Pickings.
Browse a collection of “Ridiculously Outdated Mobile Phones in Movies” at Flavorwire.
Read as “Relevant” considers what many Christians “Get Wrong About ‘In the World, Not of the World’.
Read at the Atlantic about the 2016 Oscar nominations having been announced.
Read Stereogum‘s report that SoundCloud is launching a paid subscription service.
Read as The Creators Project considers how “Apple Wants to Teach You How to Get the Most Out of Your Phone”.
Read as The Federalist considers “Why Jaded Adults Are Buying Stacks of Coloring Books”.