It is so lazy just to post links. Please, if you’re a blogger don’t do it. It just makes you look rubbish.
Here are some links:
The Anglicans in America have elected an openly female bishop to be in charge of things. I have nothing to say except that it is a very good thing. For intelligent commentary see top Anglican thinking blog Thinking Anglicans and this post on top religion blog by a journalist, Ruth Gledhill’s blog. Oh, and Father Jake is actually there at the ‘Conference of Anglicans over in That Part of the World’, so he can tall you a thing or two about it all.
Talking of religion and blogs, there is a ‘network‘ of religion blogs called the Daily Scribe. Andrew the Tall Skinny Kiwi is a part of it, along with about 20 others. A ‘blog network’, in case you were wondering, is a grouping of weblogs calling themselves a ‘network’ to make themselves sound more important than they are. We all do it. The site looks interesting, though I do tend to look with some suspicion at any site which uses the word “Folksonomy”. Sorry, my problem I know. Lots of people who use the word “Folksonomy” in their daily lives and conversations now hate and detest me.
The Mad Priest asks whether Ship of Fools is better than the Wittenburg Door. This all came out of the well attended comments section from my post about Online Anger. It was the phrase ‘biting satire’ that caused me to raise my eyebrows, but Mad Priest’s question is a good one all the same.
Diamond Geezer learns to respect the Sabbath as he visits the Hebrides:
I really shouldn’t be writing this today. Sunday is the Lord’s Day, a day of rest and worship, and most definitely not a day for indulging in ungodly pleasures such as shopping, travelling or blogging.