Monthly Archives: January 2013

How to be a Controversial Yet Admired Blogger

8 100-year-old Tips for Writing About Controversial Topics G. K. Chesterton wrote about everything under the sun. He wrote novels, short stories, poems, plays, essays, and Christian apologetics. He even frequently debated with the eccentric, acerbic George Bernard Shaw (which … Continue reading

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Originally posted on What's On My PC:
Most people at home think that when they buy a computer they have to throw the Microsoft Office Suite into the deal. Did you know that you can avoid the added expense…

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Online Reviewers Beware

You Can Get Sued Weird Social Networking Tidal Community invited me to ‘Contribute to Pepsi‘s Official Tumblr for the Super Bowl‘. What’s weird with that? I both boycott Pepsi and Beyonce (for reasons I should avoid mentioning here)! ‘…Then make … Continue reading

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Overwhelmed By Reader Response, 92-Year-Old Blogger Signs Off ‘George White, a 92-year-old UK man whose wife passed away in November, started a blog just a week ago that touched a lot of people. Perhaps too…

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