I want to share so much with everyone, but I only have a short time to highlight just a few things pertaining to myself, this site, and a good many things.
First and foremost some may wonder at my absence, and I really hate writing about it. I hate reading other blogs that have frequent posts from their authors who are constantly saying “Well, it’s been a month since I’ve written!” I don’t have that habit. But I do believe this is the longest period of time where I have not written a single word on this site. And that is quite sad. But my writing has been poured into other sources, some of which I will enumerate at a much later date. But one happens to be Regnerate Our Culture.
Regenerate Our Culture is looking for individuals who have a passion for the written word, desire to help change the culture, and can commit time to proofreading a few articles each issue. Youâ€™ll get to read articles ahead of everyone else, gain experience in editing, and be part of the magazine team! If your interested, just email firstname.lastname@example.org, tell us a little about yourself, and mention the typo you found in this post (or section of this post).
The spots tend to fill up quickly, so be sure to get your application in soon!
Make sure you email them — it’s an organization that is growing by leaps and bounds.
I also wanted to alert you to a few things — first, a wonderful new tool from Google. It’s the Google Reader, a central and easy way to keep up on blogs. Make sure you get a hold of this free tool and use it!
Another thing that I found interesting was an article on “Why Blog Post Frequency Does Not Matter Anymore.” I thought it pertains highly to the content of this post. Interesting thoughts from that article. Well worth your time to take a look.
Lastly, Tim Challies has issued a “challenge.” I think we should all take him up on it.