Posts tagged "blogging"

Caliandro Blogs

Dr. Arthur Caliandro has a new medium.  The successor to Norman Vincent Peale as Senior Minister at New York's Marble Collegiate Church -- the oldest Protestant congregation in North America -- Caliandro spent 42 years in the pulpit, on radio and TV.   As can be expected of a senior and a minister, his...

Daily Links 04 November 2004

Canterbury Ale Monks and friars have long been among the best brewmasters, and the old heart of the Church of England, Canterbury Cathedral, has acknowledged that with the return of a “cathedral brew” to the church, not seen since 1828. Ohio Schools Get God From the state that brought you the next four years…The Columbus,...

Daily Links October 25 2004

If Hitler Was a Blogger What if you had a “best blog contest” and Hitler won? Neo-Nazis will have to stick to wishful thinking and settle for second best: hate-spewing anti-Muslim blog Little Green Footballs wonWashington Post’s reader poll for “best international blog” with bon mots about Palestinians and other Muslims such as “I’ve been fond of transfer of these subhuman[s]...

Do You Believe in Blog?

Two days to Bloggercon, the open conference on weblogs convened by Dave Winer, a blog innovator and a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School.The Revealer‘s publisher, Jay Rosen, will be hosting a panel on journalism; and The Revealer‘s editor, Jeff Sharlet, will be hosting one on religion. A week ago, we asked for Revealer readers to add to...

Relapsed Catholic

The Revealer is still sick. Check back tomorrow, please; and in the meantime, visit our friend Kathy Shaidle at Relapsed Catholic. Kathy was one of the first religion bloggers, and she’s always maintained a sharp eye for the telling, the absurd. Lately she’s taken a turn to the right, but ideology hasn’t blunted her perception. It does raise an...