Links of interest from this past week...
Wil Wheaton: Being a nerd is not about what you love, but how you love it.
Anne Marie Miller: Are Forgiveness and Reconciliation the Same?
Seth Godin: The Critic Stumbles.
Good: How to Hack Energy Savings with a Simple Sign and a Revolving Door.
Jason Micheli: Don't Call Me Reverend.
Lifehacker: Build Your Own Hidden Lair with this Secret Bookshelf. What Trustee do I need to talk to to make this happen?
Fred Clark: The Sabotage of the Postal Service. This has bothered me for a while now, all the talk about the US Postal Service running deficits isn't only because of this accounting trick, that no other business has to observe.
The Atlantic Wire: The War on Free School Breakfast is Beyond Wrong.
Fast Company: If You Graduated After 1976, You are Getting Screwed by the Economy.
Rachel Held Evans: Why Progressive Christians Should Care About Abortion.
Joel Watts: The UMC Itinerant System is Evil. (No it's not, as Joel concludes, but it can be hard, and I appreciate the way he articulates this from the perspective of a lay person).
Music from Bob Mould - The Descent - off his most recent album,Silver Age: