PalinRumors.com keeps track of claims and facts

Charles Martin of Explorations saw his blog traffic explode when he listed all of the rumors and facts that he could find about Sarah Palin. He made an appearance on FOX News and now has launched PalinRumors.com. Currently, the original and widely distributed blog post is there but he will be adding to it other rumors and claims as they arise. … [Read more...]

A new blog for New Directions

Wendy Gritter's New Direction ministry has started a blog called, Bridging the Gap. The blog may have the sound of a Bridges Across the Divide but aims for a more relational tone.Go by and give Wendy a shout, eh? … [Read more...]

Spreading some love to fellow travelers and bloggers

I am not a very consistent blogroller. Up to now, my list of links has been an after thought. I am not sure I will stay on top of things but I have added some new ones.I want to mention four of the new links. First, go visit John Shore's blog - Suddenly Christian. John is a winsome, funny, prolific and lately, controversial Evangelical writer who produces some entertaining and thoughtful posts. John is an adult convert to Christianity who brings a fresh and sometimes uncomfortable … [Read more...]

New blog format: What about it?

Weboverlord Paul and I are experimenting with new formats and here is one I want to test out for a spell. The colors are not much different but I think I like the two column format. We are considering a science digest in a blog format where various writers could post science news of relevance to sexuality and mental health issues.I welcome comments... … [Read more...]

Year in review: Top Ten Stories from 2007

Since it was so much fun last year, I decided to compile a top ten list of stories of the year on the blog. Since I am the only voter, the list is subjective and regular readers might arrange them differently or think I should have included another story over one of these. The stories are arranged in the order of the interest they seemed to create here on the blog and elsewhere.1. APA Task Force on sexual orientation - I first reported here that the APA had convened a task force to review … [Read more...]

Top ten posts by number of comments, 2007

UPDATE: I knew the post regarding Michael Brown and the Southern Poverty Law Center article would continue to generate comments but it has now become the post with the largest number of comments (218 as of this update on Dec. 30) and so I am going to update the list as we go.  Time to review 2007 and as I did last year, I will post a top ten list based on most comments now and one based on not much more than my opinion later.Without further adieu and with full knowledge that posting the l … [Read more...]

Blogkeeping: Sign up for blog updates

Please note in the right column several means of being notified when I post changes here. The email sign up seems to work well for me. If readers have experience with any of these services and want to recommend them, write a comment. … [Read more...]

Blog changes

To those who read and comment:I am making some changes for at least the month of September - well, one primary change. Most posts in September will not be formatted to allow comments. I recognize we have assembled quite an outstanding group of regular readers and comments. However, I moderated nearly 100 comments during the 24 hour period from Saturday to Sunday. That many comments alone takes much time to read and moderate, but in addition, many commenters would like to hear responses from … [Read more...]


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