Weekly Tags

I travelled outside the box this week.  A little art, some pop psychology, a couple of chart makers, and a self help guru that comes off sounding like a freak.  But it was, as usual, elucidating to say the least.

This first one puzzled me no end.  I couldn’t find an about page but it appears to be a blog about the egocentric meanderings in the lesbian life of its author (ess) and how it is connected to Jane Austen except through a life lived separate but equal I can only guess.  The pictures and attitudes are great though.  Invigorating. 

 Second on my week’s list is this rather odd and disbelievable blog that purports to be by being the port of disinformation.  A tool from what little I understand about the term of those of the political persuasion who want to confuse you with the wrong facts at the right time.  Gee, sounds perfect for our times.  Alls I know is there seem to be plenty of variations on the theme.

 Excited is the word for this third find.  Excited to find a mind that creates through pictures and words.  Excited to find another poet and one who uses the web exclusively.  Excited to think that maybe this time through this link I’ll find others who want to explore thinking through pictures and words.

Last, but not least, on this week’s list is this aforementioned weirdo.  Steve Pavlina is his name and I happened upon his blog by tracing a link at the Millionaire Mommy Next Door blog.  Direct to the point of being rude but certainly unafraid to say what he thinks, that’s how I’d characterize him.  Still, in the words of T, he’s a weirdo.

And that’s it folks, the week that was.

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