Q marks the spot – Treasure Map 14 (November 2009)
- Redeemer Church has seen the light – and allowed part of their sermon archive to be available for free download.
- Some interesting maps of religious distribution in USA from the Pluralism Project
- Jonathan Miller gets the BBC Online 5 minute treatment – and is fascinating as ever (though i would of course take issue with his atheism). He’s a bit crotchety and clearly doesn’t have much time for the notion of a 5 minute interview (e.g. his point that nothing of worth can be discussed in a short time – 3 cheers for that). Particularly struck by his observation that ‘the considerable is often to be found in the negligible’… Do not despise the day of small things and all that…
- Travelling to the USA (as I am this month)? This is scary – what the Dept of Homeland Security knows about you when you check in… Big Brother eat your heart out…
- A suggestive chart showing the Generation Gaps in the USA (but with knock-on effects for us Brits) between the Greatest Generation, The Baby Boomers, Gen X and Millennials.
- Here’s an interesting map: can you work out what it represents? Click it to find out. (HT Simple Pastor)
- Ever been to Argleton? No? Well nor has anyone else, despite the fact that it was marked on Google maps.
- Bet you didn’t know this: today (1st November) in 1512, the Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel was opened to the public for the first time. Or that 1st November was the birthday of painter L.S. Lowry (1887) or the day that actor Phil Silvers died in 1985.
- The M1 is 50 years old this year – BBC has some fun archive photos
- 2009 Wildlife photos of the year – stunning as ever. the winner is amazing. But i particularly love this one. Click on it for a description:
- This is extraordinary: the façade of Waterloo Station transformed like you’ve never seen before