Thursday, March 31, 2011

Bits and Tidbits, March 2011

Surreal: AlexaMeade's Photostream. Real people, placed in settings then painted to look like paintings.
Bargains: Best and Worst Dollar Store Buys from A good survey of what is really a good buy from your local dollar store.
Beautiful: The Book Surgeon. Who says there won't continue to be a use for printed books after eBooks take over? (HT: Neil)
Insightful: What I don't look for in a church. This great blog post addresses just how (un)important the priority of a polished and exciting children's ministry really is.
Broken: "The Brand" by David Grann. This New Yorker article is an incredible look at the gang culture in prisons, and exposes just how broken people really are. It also makes me thankful for ministries like Prison Fellowship. Warning: caustic language.

Bonus Tidbits for March!

Funny: "It's Time to Play 'Sheen, Beck, or Qaddafi'" from New York magazine. Yes, it's a game, just as it sounds. Yes, it's funny.
NOT Funny: "World's Youngest Granny Is Just 23" by Brian Flynn. No, it's not a typo.

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