Wow. My calendar tells me that today marks the sixth year of this blog’s existence. Postings are hard to come by these days, but none are more fun to write than ones like the post that preceded this one.
Six years ago I began blogging as an experiment. Almost nobody I knew had the faintest idea what a “blog” was (some speculated that it was something that came out of your nose, but no one could be sure…). It was over a year before I ever met another blogger in person. Nowadays, it’s hard to find someone who doesn’t have a blog.
The lights aren’t always on here around TruePravda, but believe it or not, someone is still home (the archives are full of rusty treasures). Who knows? Perhaps I’ll come up from the basement and visit a little more in the near future…
In the meantime, thanks for reading.
Homo Sapiens, Get Lost: Wesley J. Smith on environmentalism, anti-humanism & Hollywood.
Does the Kindle spell the end of reading in solitude? Stephen Johnson ponders what the e-book will do to reading and readers.
Against Monoculture: Patrick Deneen on the dangers of everything everywhere being the same.
Goodbye Bland Affluence: Get ready for authenticity chic.
When I was growing up, I thought riding a wheelie was the penultimate feat in bicycle control. I had nothing on this guy. Simply amazing.
Murder On Music Row: Is This the End of Traditional Country Music?
Lucy J. Bridges made her entrance this morning weighing in at 6lbs., 9oz. and 19 3/4″ long. I’m in love once again.
Praises to God for his handiwork.
Monopoly Killer? I’ve played Settlers of Catan once with my neighbors, and came in dead last — but if you trade me some sheep, I’d consider playing again…