I've been perusing my blog stats over the past few days, and the most common way that people have been finding my site via Google and other search engines is by searching for some combination of “barak obama” and “faith” or “religion”. Blog Category:  Current Affairs Politics

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As I go off to spend what is, in some regards, a very non-traditional Christmas of a walk on the beach, Asian food, and a visit to Osento, I wanted to wish everyone the following prayer: Blog Category:  Personal

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Here's a new SF books meme, which, I think, is better than the last meme, which had no women authors. This is a longer list, and has some women in it. I got this from Lou Anders. This is the Science Fiction Book Club's list of the fifty most significant science fiction/fantasy novels published between […]

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I don't often write letters to the editor. I've been reading Tricycle off and on for a long time. I had unsubscribed during my time in seminary, but I have re-upped, and got the first issue in the mail a few days ago. Somehow, I'm looking at those articles with very different eyes. Tricycle covers […]

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Those hardiness zone maps that one uses to figure out what you can plant are being revised. “D.C. is the new North Carolina.” NASA and Google are teaming up to bring mission data to you and me. Yay! Read this blog entry by Barbara O'Brian. Blog Category:  Current Affairs

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sucks. Of course, everyone knows this. What's interesting to me, is that even if you don't actually expend much physical effort in carrying stuff from place to truck to place, it is still physically, mentally and emotionally draining. Anyways, my first move is done. I'm in Oakland, moved out of my room in Benton (one […]

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I was doing some searching for blog posts relating to women and technology, and I came across Basic Blogging for Women. It's actually run by someone I know of in the nonprofit technology field – Britt Bravo. It's a great place to start, if you're thinking about starting a blog. Blog Category:  Weblogs

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I don't know how many of you know about Digg. Digg is one of those Web 2.0 collaborative bookmarking systems – with a big twist – people vote on whether a story (mostly news-y kinds of things) deserves to be seen. The more “diggs” a story gets the more attention it gets. There used to […]

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One of the things I look at, on occasion, is the search terms people use to find my blog. They can be entertaining, or sometimes just plain wierd. So here are a few: Blog Category:  Books Humor

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