Forget skydiving…if you really want to live life on the edge, try living with a credit score of zero. This post chronicles my battle with the Olympian gods of credit. Sarcasm included.
Primary sources help us understand the power and significance of past events. This post examines Pliny the Younger’s letter to the Roman Emperor Trajan, and provides us with an extra-biblical glimpse into the rise of Christianity in the Roman Empire.
The American drive to work hard and actually accomplish something is fast disappearing. I’ve seen it in the classroom, on the basketball court, and even in my own life. This post is a renewed call to hard work.
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+ Web Design Ledger
A beautiful site offering web design resources and tutorials.
+ Periodic Table of Typefaces
For typography lovers everywhere…
A few weeks ago, I noticed a water leak in the Audi. As I drove uphill, water came rushing through a vent near the passenger side floor. I figured this is one of those problems you can’t really ignore. Instead of paying a dealer $150+, I fixed the problem on my own and developed a quick video tutorial for fellow Audi owners.
+ Starseeker Movie Review
A well-organized blog highlighting upcoming movie releases.
+ Recycled Art
If you’re not sure what to do with all of your spare license plates, here’s some inspiration.
+ Guess the Flag
A great resource for a Geography or World History classroom.
+ Art Crimes
One of the most comprehensive graffiti archives on the web.