Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:
WebMonkey has posted excerpts from a book on how to take better photographs. I have some new perspectives on doing that after reading.
Charles Colson and Anne Morse on at least some current Christian worship music, and thinking, or lack of it, in Christians.
Catez has a solid post on the atheistic assumptions behind Stephen Hawking's writings.
For anyone interested in quicker games of sudoku, try Jigsawdoku. The cells, or whatever you call them, are 2 by 3, rather than 3 by 3.
Joe Carter has posted on Ussher's Chronology. And then the comments began . . .
Here's the Discovery Institute's post on the discovery of a fossil animal which may have been intermediate between fish and amphibians, which says that the discovery is "does not challenge ntelligent design." Here's a post on The Panda's Thumb, dissecting the first post.
This is, apparently, my 52nd post in this series of Sunspots. Thank God, then, for more than a year of being able to do this. (I didn't post during a travel hiatus a time or two, and I had another name for such a column of briefly annotated links before hitting upon Sunspots.)
When I don't tell where I found an item above, I either found it directly, or was probably pointed to it by the Librarian's Internet Index, SciTech Daily, or Arts and Letters Daily. All of them are great.
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Thanks for reading!