Long, long ago, when blogging was still a new thing, someone wrote that blogs will help humanize our communities. The writings will give people an opportunity to share little parts of their lives, their worries, celebrations, experiences and reactions. And that sharing might begin to change how we see our world. The anonymous people on the Metro, while still anonymous, might be seen in a somewhat different light. The intellectual realization that we’re not all that different might become an emotional realization. This post is a good example of that thought. In 2005, Occam’s Razor wrote a post imagining what his life might be like in 2015. It is close enough to 2015 for him to review what he thought his life might be like against the reality of his life today. It’s a very honest and authentic assessment.
Should cute, innocent puppies be used in toxic, irritating political campaigns? (Strike that question). Can a political candidate improve her image by holding a puppy? Princess Sparkle Pony’s Photo Blog answers this question.
Ionarts said the reviews on the Death of Klinghoffer are difficult to read.
Brock Boland writes about his plan to take a social media break.
What Mickey Eats checks out Art and Soul near Union Station.