They Might Be Giants puzzles my children, frequently keeps me entertained and sends e-mails to me.
I’ve worn out their album “Flood” and I’m on the band’s e-mailing list.
So I thought it was extra-special cool to find Marcus over at Good Word Editing featuring one of the band’s videos in his post on a devotional about entering God’s rest.
I’ll let you read and view it here: http://www.goodwordediting.com/index.php/2008/06/11/the-secret-to-a-better-attitude/ .
Now, hum if you will “Istanbul (Not Constantinople)” as we tour the rest of my bloghood.
Coffee with Drew has the plastic Lego church here http://coffeewithdrew.blogspot.com/2008/06/plastic-church.html.
John Shore had a visitor link to this site http://www.lileks.com/institute/gallery/ that has all sorts of neat pages.
I’ve started to post for pay at blogcritics.org and Associated Content under “Samuel Adams.”
L.L. Barkat has a “Bridge of Sighs” post over here http://seedlingsinstone.blogspot.com/2008/06/of-bridges-and-violins-and-words.html though I’m not sure she’s heard of Robin Trower.
At “Letters from Kamp Krusty” Brandt is enraptured with the rapture and tells of a unique service that will send e-mails to loved ones when “The Rapture” occurs. His post here http://branthansen.typepad.com/letters_from_kamp_krusty/2008/06/re-told-you-so.html .
Don’t be mistaken Ric’s got to be breakin’ here http://ricbooth.wordpress.com/2008/06/09/break-time/ .
Michelle’s playing Picasso here http://considerjesus.wordpress.com/2008/06/09/picassos-my-new-love/ .
Robert’s got some cat tales and communications going on here http://middlezonemusings.com/the-first-step-to-effective-communication/ and involved me in the latest “What I learned from…” entry. Mine will be posted on Associated Content, I hope, if they let me get away with it. It is about animal C.S.I., sort of.
That’s pretty much it except to mention the design change they snuck in on me at one of my favorite sites for inspiration, http://writersalmanac.publicradio.org/ .
Go check that out and tell me what you think.