Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Read 'The Lively Tradition.' That is all.
As Philocrites slouches towards a summer hiatus, I must call your attention to a new blog Unitarian Universalist ministers, seminarians, and lay leaders should be reading: The Lively Tradition. (Welcome back to blogging, LT!)
As for that hiatus, this blog is likely to take a good long break for a few weeks. The spam patrol is frustrating enough that this year, rather than invite good friends to fill in as guest bloggers (and inflict the spam patrol on them), I am toying with the idea of turning comments off while I spend some time ignoring the Internet. I realize a dormant blog is a no-no to Blog Experts, but I figure it's better to invite no comments than leave commenters wondering why their comments are being ignored. I'll probably finish planning the hiatus by the weekend.
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While I'm ignoring the Internet, you can send me things I should pay attention to when I get bored of reading books and admiring trees and architecture. Send links and thoughts to philocrites at gmail dot com.
Copyright © 2006 by Philocrites | Posted 19 July 2006 at 8:18 AM