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Thursday Links

In Books, Sports on July 20, 2006 at 2:00 am

I've got four of the last six reviews that are posted up at Writers Read. It must be a slow reading summer for the other writers (or maybe they're actually getting some writing done, which if so, I'm jealous). Anyway, if you're looking for a next book to read, check it out.

Speaking of writing, Megan has written 93 articles this month and is aiming for a total of 150 by the end of July for a website that both of us wonder if it's even going to exist. The woman is a machine (though a cuddly one at that), researching and writing five articles a day for weeks.

I've been working a lot this week on two major projects: the leadership development initiative (I need to find a new descriptor – "leadership development" is so overused) for Memorial; and lesson plans for teaching Old Testament to high schoolers this fall at Wildwood Christian School. Both have been a lot of fun and a lot of work, but this is "the jazz" for me.

I'm still looking for any of your recommended informative podcasts to subscribe to, so offer your recommendations here. I'll try anything once, as long as it comes with a seal of approval.

Finally, here's a new baseball site I came across today called The Baseball Analysts that makes me wonder if these guys might need a second hobby. And I thought I loved baseball…

  1. Craig,
    Are you familiar with It is a blog that has more baseball news and notes, with the occasional article. I’ve found it worth wasting time on. But it also has like a billion links to other baseball sites and blogs that are fun to roam through.

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