The authors group on FB has been growing slowly but surely, seems to be taking off now. It’s a place to find out what’s being published in the brotherhood. Worth your while if you’re on FB. The UPLift group is another growing one—why can’t people just sign up to my site or list? (I created the UPLift logo all by my lonesome, one of the coolest visuals I’ve ever done. Whatcha think of it?)
Let’s get the links out of the way, then on to this post’s Content.
Am making a few stabs at restarting the Christian Poets group/site. Join up as a subscriber or contributor at the link above. Who knows, even the Yahoo poet chat group might churn into action as well.
And late Thursday night I posted a Corollaries segment on TFR, here, which some may find a bit polemical, about when and if we ought to be like the religions around us.
I’ve always disliked going to barbers. I persuaded the Missus to take the clippers in hand and cut my hair yesterday. Neither one of us had an idea of what length it would come out to be. It’s a tad shorter than I wanted, but it’ll grow. I got some relief from my grown-out locks. Needed it in this heat. And we saved some money in the process.
Yesterday was not an overly productive day, as I would count it, but it was a good one. Strange combination, that. I did get over to pay the rent for the office. The owner had just returned from his beach house. With my newly
shaved trimmed head exposed to the sun, I wore my flat cap when I went to pay him. Such caps are typical of Italy, among other places, and as a descendent of an Italian, he wears one all the time. He loved seeing me in one. The pic at right was made last year.
Am loving the moot forum embedded in my blog. Good for quick thoughts, cool chats, zingers not tied to social media. You have to go there to find me. You probably wish more of me was there than splayed across the Internet, right? You can even sign up (through FB if you’re lazy) and join in.
Here’s a question for you, two, actually: Where (on what site) do you spend most of your time on the Internet, and what is your favorite site on the Internet? I’m assuming you might actually spend more time on a less fave site.