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Some recent bookmarks. I’m Thinking It Over By Alan Jacobs I’m not adding any specific comments for this one, but I found his discussion and reasons for his decision interesting. … a great many people are going off half-cocked on this issue; and what those emails I got remind me is that going off half-cocked […]

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It’s productivity day – the best articles I’ve read in the last couple weeks on staying on task and getting things done! The 12 Golden Rules of Email Courtesy By David Gordon My biggest pet peeve in misusing email has to useless subjects. More specifically, when people don’t bother to create a new email for […]

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It’s been way… too… long. The Next Big Thing In Responsive Design By Dan Gardner and Mike Treff This is brilliant. I can’t wait to find a project to apply this to. To capture a user’s attention for the next generation of the web, you’ll need more than just responsive design. You’ll need a responsive […]

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It has been almost a month since my last Bookmarks post. I wasn’t sure many people read them, but have had a few questions on where they had gone to. A little sickness and a vacation got me behind – but here we go again. This week we’re a little all over the board. How […]

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Every so often I end up with a set of bookmarks on the same topic. This week they’re on reading and writing – two things I’m trying to do more of. Enjoy. How to Write with Substance By Gregory Ciotti I’m no writer, that’s why I love these articles. Writing that is “too wide” tries […]

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This week my bookmarks focus around the church – primarily worship. Why Hanging Out with Your Friends is NOT “Church” by Aaron Earls What is a church? Aaron explores some reasons hanging out with your friends doesn’t count.   When Your Heart Isn’t In It by Joe Thorn Sometimes we don’t went to do what […]

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My bookmarks this week are all over the board. I often try to stick to one or two themes each post. This week, however, I remembered that I’m kind of all over the board. So even if automatic deploys from GitHub aren’t your thing, you may find something else enjoyable. The American Civil War Then and Now […]

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I collect Vinylmations. For most reading this, the immediate question is, “What’s a Vinylmation?” They are vinyl collectables made and sold by Disney. They almost always have the same shape (of Mickey Mouse) and most commonly are 3″ in height. Each vinyl is painted differently to look like a different character, Disney ride, park, or […]

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This week I’m sharing some older articles. It’s not for a lack of good stuff this week, but simply digging out some good things I’ve read in the last couple months. Evangelicalism’s Life or Death Moment By Preson Phillips This should have been shared a few weeks ago in light of the media buzz. However, despite […]

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I try to read as many articles as I can each week on a wide range of topics that interest me. Some make my short list of favorites, and here they are for this week. The Atlantic Slave Trade in Two Minutes By Andrew Kahn and Jamelle Bouie A staggering video covering 315 years, showing […]

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