Links of Interest
The American Freethought podcast is one of my favorite podcasts. The two hosts have day jobs and as an avocation they podcast. They manage to invite well-known authors, scientists, religious leaders, etc. to their show and are very consistent with their episode uploads. They're never silly, loud, or obnoxious, and they get along with each other quite well. John Snider is especially brilliant, and David Driscoll is the perfect sidekick.
Arts&Letters Daily is chock full of links to Internet articles pertaining to subjects within the humanities. If you have a Kindle device, you can send articles to your Kindle then read them away from your computer. I like to load my Kindle with Arts & Letters Daily articles and read them out in the sunshine on my balcony.
Didactic Don't visit this site; you won't be able to leave right away.
Duck Duck Go is an alternative search engine to Google, which does not accumulate personal information about your previous searches to provide you with lists specific to your likes and needs. The search results returned by this search engine are generic. I like it!
Falling is something you can't do like I have done.
The Thomas Jefferson Hour is an excellent podcast. The format of the podcast includes a conversation with President Thomas Jefferson who is portrayed by Clay Jenkinson. The second half of the show is a conversation with Jenkinson. I think Jenkinson should run for president of the United States of America. I appreciate his opinions and knowledge.
World Wide Words is a website I just recently stumbled upon when I was looking up the word "hackneyed." The site's tagline is "Michael Quinion writes on international English from a British viewpoint." True! It seems awfully British, which is fine by me since I am of British descent.