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Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Sunspots 166

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:

On bad mornings in the church nursery.

One of my favorite authors of fantastic literature, Elizabeth Moon, has written her congressman about high oil prices, and the actions of the Republicans on the subject for the last few decades. She is from Texas.

Firefox 3 is now available for download. Many experts recommend this browser as more customizable, and less vulnerable to various kinds of attacks, than Internet Explorer. I don't use IE myself, unless some download requires it.

Slate has an article on the history, and decline, of the semicolon.

Ken Schenck, New Testament Scholar, on church membership in New Testament times. Splendid.

We are going to do some traveling, seeing the grandsons, so I won't be posting much for a couple of weeks.

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Jonny's Mommy said...

Hey. Thanks for the link and thanks for stopping by! Hope I don't offend anyone with that post. It was just a teasin' one.

Thanks again.

Martin LaBar said...

No offense taken here, anyway, and no one else should. It was hilarious.

Thanks for your comment.