Ash Wednesday

Don’t be a hypocrite. Know someday you will die. Be brave enough face up to what you’ve done and reconcile. Do it with heart. Matthew 6 Jesus said to his disciples: “Take care not to perform righteous deeds in order that people may see them; otherwise, you will have no recompense from your heavenly Father. […]

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Once Around The Philly Weblogger Way

Just like Alex I’m happy it’s Mr. Big too Chantlady asks Does everyone know the Clothespin?. I walk by it everyday and now know more then I ever did. Great post I gotta see My Architect now. Chris Puzak’s metal music reviews are getting more and more notice. And publishing! Mary’s had content from one […]

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Congrats and Condolences

A late congratulations to Robyn and Todd on the birth of their baby boy, Nathan. Late congratulations on turning 41 Malcolm. Congrats to Mike Zornek who got a new job. Jim Cappozola is in trouble and is near homelessness. He’s taking donations from PayPal. And my condolences to Mithras who lost his father last Sunday.

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On Show Cancellations

I don’t think of myself as a TV person. Yet I’m taken aback at how many shows I’ve watched thru the years are going off the air. “Angel”. “Sex and the City”. “Friends”. Speaking of “Friends”, Dave King speaks for me when he explains it’s true appeal.

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Around the Web About The Web

Yahoo! had dropped Google for it’s search provider (Times) and has implemented it’s own engine. I actually like it. Good to see some real competition in the space for the first time in ages. I do think it’s a little scary that personalization will eventually have an effect on search (NYTimes), but it does make […]

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Around the Political Web

Just as the Democrats are showing signs of having a spine and coming together (Philadelphia Inquirer) – Nader comes along and wants to steal the spotlight (Yahoo!). I’m disgusted. I look forward to the day of a strong third party, however, Nader will hurt the effort to replace George W. Bush in the White House. […]

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