Friday, February 4, 2011

Friday Linkage

It's Friday! Need I say more?

This article on Facebook and the art of defriending was hilarious, especially if you have Aeneas and Julius Caesar lurking in your academic past.

As someone who tends to be pretty good at seizing new projects and simply terrible at letting them go when their time has come, I found this post by Chatting at the Sky poignantly relevant. My favorite line from the post was this:

"Sometimes the art is found in the bravery it takes to begin, and other times the art is about knowing you're finished."

On Boundless, I read a powerful article about the way Christians should view spaces. This seemed particularly relevant since I am in the middle of Malcolm Gladwell's Tipping Point. Gladwell spends significant time examining environment and the effects one's environment has on one. This may be fodder for a later post, but for now, what do you think about the article? Do you agree?

From Bona Vita comes a recipe just in time for Valentine's Day. This weekend will definitely involve baking.

What are your weekend plans?

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