"Because in Cyberspace, no one can hear you scream."
Sunday, November 27, 2005
Editor's note: Exploring the blogosphere can be a relaxing phenomenon, something that can help relieve blogger's block as well as increase ones worldview elsewhere.
While surfing the blogosphere, apparently someone has photo blogged instructions on how to make bread pudding. Apparently the author (The Cili Padi) thinks bread pudding is delicious, although this author thinks bread pudding is entirely disgusting. Ick.
Our next blog features Texas Michelle who is attempting to live out her faith as a real Christian by loving everyone around her. Perhaps if she meditates upon this verse, she may yet achieve this.
Our next blog features a blogger blogging about another blog. (Editor's note: Sound confusing?). The post is fairly interesting, although it may be better to check out the post for ones self.
Pop Goes the Music has just concluded that Madonna is evil while Grades of Honor gives his spiel about the prison system, and the lack of godly character by some ministering groups. Perhaps him and Michelle could engage in some constructive discussion.
Seratonin Man is looking for some great books for 13 year olds while it seems that there are professionals using blogger's technology, as Filmmaker Magazine demonstrates.
Last but not least, a
Blog Exploration takes a look at what average bloggers are discussing throughout the blogosphere and was edited (or censored according to the ACLU) by this author in order to make this moment "family friendly."
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