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Link’n’Blogs – 7.20.18: Superman’s Record Breaking Feat of Literature?


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I loved Lincoln Logs when I was a kid. Though I never entertained the idea that I would be a designer, engineer or architect, something about putting together these wooden and plastic pieces was simply simple fun. Connecting to ideas through the blogosphere seems similar to this pursuit, hence the title of this weekly post. Each Friday, I intend to post something interesting I’ve read out there on the internets. Hopefully others will find these posts as fun or thought provoking as I have.

It is now official and American literature scholars should pay attention: Comic books are a true form of literature, one of the purest forms of literature born in this country and feature the longest running American fictional character continuously in print. But do not believe me, believe the Guinness Book of World Records. Click the iconic cover to Action Comics #1 below for full details…

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Link’n’Blogs – 7.13.18: Wonderful, Simply Wonderful


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I loved Lincoln Logs when I was a kid. Though I never entertained the idea that I would be a designer, engineer or architect, something about putting together these wooden and plastic pieces was simply simple fun. Connecting to ideas through the blogosphere seems similar to this pursuit, hence the title of this weekly post. Each Friday, I intend to post something interesting I’ve read out there on the internets. Hopefully others will find these posts as fun or thought provoking as I have.

Let us spend some time smiling. Let us spend some time on good news. Let us spend some time with Gal Gadot as she shares her wonderful alter ego with kids at Children’s Hospital in Virginia. This is worth your time.

Click below for ABC News’ coverage…

Wonder Woman

 

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Link’n’Blogs – 7.6.18: Perception/Reality


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I loved Lincoln Logs when I was a kid. Though I never entertained the idea that I would be a designer, engineer or architect, something about putting together these wooden and plastic pieces was simply simple fun. Connecting to ideas through the blogosphere seems similar to this pursuit, hence the title of this weekly post. Each Friday, I intend to post something interesting I’ve read out there on the internets. Hopefully others will find these posts as fun or thought provoking as I have.

One of my good friends posts thought provoking material so frequently, I could likely call this blog “Posts from Bill.”

This week, he shared a piece from The New Yorker that seems critically important to all of us who work for and with others in an immediate way. It is a good reality check for all of us. Click the picture below.

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Link’n’Blogs – 6.29.18: Sir Paul


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I loved Lincoln Logs when I was a kid. Though I never entertained the idea that I would be a designer, engineer or architect, something about putting together these wooden and plastic pieces was simply simple fun. Connecting to ideas through the blogosphere seems similar to this pursuit, hence the title of this weekly post. Each Friday, I intend to post something interesting I’ve read out there on the internets. Hopefully others will find these posts as fun or thought provoking as I have.

Absolutely the best thing I saw last week (and am likely to see ANY week) is the below video. I challenge you to play it and not smile.

Pure joy. Pure Paul.

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Link’n’Blogs – 6.22.18: James Shaw Forever!


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I loved Lincoln Logs when I was a kid. Though I never entertained the idea that I would be a designer, engineer or architect, something about putting together these wooden and plastic pieces was simply simple fun. Connecting to ideas through the blogosphere seems similar to this pursuit, hence the title of this weekly post. Each Friday, I intend to post something interesting I’ve read out there on the internets. Hopefully others will find these posts as fun or thought provoking as I have.

Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman won an MTV Movie Award for Best Hero this week. And what did he do with it? He gave it to Waffle House shooting hero James Shaw, jr.

Heroic.

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Link’n’Blogs – 6.15.18: Heart Warming


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I loved Lincoln Logs when I was a kid. Though I never entertained the idea that I would be a designer, engineer or architect, something about putting together these wooden and plastic pieces was simply simple fun. Connecting to ideas through the blogosphere seems similar to this pursuit, hence the title of this weekly post. Each Friday, I intend to post something interesting I’ve read out there on the internets. Hopefully others will find these posts as fun or thought provoking as I have.

Want to feel good today? All you need to do is click the video below… thanks Sports Illustrated.

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Link’n’Blogs – 6.8.18: Civility


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I loved Lincoln Logs when I was a kid. Though I never entertained the idea that I would be a designer, engineer or architect, something about putting together these wooden and plastic pieces was simply simple fun. Connecting to ideas through the blogosphere seems similar to this pursuit, hence the title of this weekly post. Each Friday, I intend to post something interesting I’ve read out there on the internets. Hopefully others will find these posts as fun or thought provoking as I have.

Kelly Marie Tran, who played Rose in The Last Jedi, has left social media after ugly and vicious comments directed at her. What a terrible thing. She is an actress who created a lovely character who does not deserve such treatment.

No one does.

The Last Jedi director, Rian Johnson, spoke out about this and good for him. More people in power should.

We all should.

You can read Vanity Fair’s coverage by clicking the photo.

Rose

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