Recent Readings – June(ish) 2012

Here’s a nice little list of a few of the more noteworthy or favorite things I’ve read as of late. Ok, it’s not just the month of June, but I’m allowed slack here since this is my first ever Recent Readings post. It’s reaching back through the archives a bit, but only barely, and I do actually read way more than this in a month. No doubt. GOOD ARTICLES FROM THE LAST FEW WEEKS Today Was Supposed to Be My …

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Blog Plan, Design Changes, Why I Do It

A quick update on my plan and work on this blog, as well as a bit on blogging, web design, CSS, HTML, writing, text and font as icons, and my fascination with all of the above. I’m just saying, if you read this post, you’ll likely understand me a tad better. If you’re one of the few I’ve encountered recently who have pondered this “hobby” of mine, then hopefully this can explain a bit about myself and why I do …

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Black History Month and “Bloodlines” Book

We’ve all at some time been the person, and likely dealt with the person, who sometimes obviously and sometimes subtly has some truly racist fears in them. It’s an issue that touches all of us because, well for one, we all have a race, and for two, this world is only getting smaller. So my last post was obviously the “Who Knew?” videos that I find quite interesting and entertaining, but in that post I embedded the video about Black History month – …

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Who Knew Of These Who Knew Videos!?

This post is just for fun, as I just happened to stumble on to these videos not too long ago. I don’t know if there’s many nerds out there like me, but if so, then these sure could waste a few hours of your time! Apparently Yahoo News takes their top stories from every day and then gets background info on them and throws together these little short videos. Extremely interesting to someone like me. Who knows (ironically) if any …

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An Excellent Devotional On Aging!

This post be ooold stuff! I’d recommend you go read some new stuff, but at the very least, don’t make any judgements based on these old posts! This has to be one of the best devotionals articles I’ve ever read or heard on aging – a topic everyone is a little scared of but obviously must deal with. It’s a difficult issue to view correctly, no doubt, but as the guys at ICR.org are always so faithful about doing, this …

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Some Good Articles and Links

I have this humorous but slightly annoying problem, or perhaps more rightly called a complex, of staying crazy organized. I also have an exact same kind of deal with opening, and leaving open, multiple tabs on my browser. The thought now would be, “everyone does that with their browser, dude,” but I don’t mean just a few… No, we’re talking, for example, right now as I type this I have 27 (yes, twenty-seven) different browser tabs open on my desktop, and neither Facebook nor Twitter are one of them!

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The Majesty’s Men

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I serve as the Director and Editor-In-Chief of The Majesty’s Men, a multi-faceted ministry and brand I founded in 2013 focused on facilitating friendship and mentoring between Christian. TMM is made up of an online community and blog, a network of exemplary men and their sites, a brand and shop, resources, and, most importantly, a growing network of localized face-to-face communities.

I build the site, manage our accounts and volunteers, lead the editing, and lead in strategy and marketing for TMM. It has been a wonderful and super challenging learning experience over the years and I have many more plans for the future!

The best way to get to know TMM is to hop over to the site and check it out.

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Let me know if you have any questions about it! I’d be glad to chat.

I write and work in other locations around the internet. You can catch all my other articles on my Published Elsewhere page, but for my other sites and properties I run, you can just hit these images below to hop over to them in a new window:

SOZO.DO

My work hub for most of my web development, marketing, and consulting with cause-driven businesses and ministries.

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Elasson.com

A super simple blog I use for writing thoughts on personal development and the tension I live in of working in both “ministry and marketplace” work.

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TheMajestysMen.com

A large community website and network I founded with numerous Godly men writing and producing content for the goal of encouraging and equipping one another to be the leaders God has called us to be as men of God.

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