- As someone who occasionally writes reviews, I appreciated this article from The Guardian. Good advice! (Now if only I could follow it...)
- One of my college professors wrote a meditation on John 20:6-7.
- Another one of my professors wrote about how academic publishing is not a money-making enterprise.
- I liked this Stuff Christians Like guest post on "Proofreading Your Way through Worship," something I have lots of experience doing, unfortunately.
- I found the most compelling reason yet to buy an iPad (rest assured, I still won't be buying one).
- Here is a post from Amazon's Omnivoracious blog about alternate book covers. (I preferred three of the five alternate covers shown. What about you?)
- A discussion at Slate about "logical" punctuation vs. American punctuation. (I'm on the fence about this issue. Here's another take from The Subversive Copy Editor.)
- I love this map.
- Leslie Leyland Fields on digital Bibles. (I heard her speak at the Festival of Faith and Writing, and she was fantastic. Her thoughts are worth reading.)
- I liked Rowan Williams's response to a child's letter to God, given in the context of this post.
Friday, May 27, 2011
Rather than dash off something subpar for your Friday afternoon reading, I thought I'd direct you to some good reading I found recently on the Internet. (And if you're interested in this kind of thing on a more regular basis, if you look at the bottom of my blog, these articles show up periodically as I share them on my Google Reader. Or you can follow my Google Reader shared items here.) Here goes: