Another week, another list of the blog posts I liked most since last Saturday.
I have enjoyed Facebook less and less lately. Mark Evanier has, too, for many of the same reasons. Read Facebook Unfriendliness
A key to personal growth is that we grow apart from people to whom we once were close, says David Heinemeier Hansson, writing for Signal v. Noise. This is a big reason why he’s not on Facebook anymore: so he’s not connected to people from whom he has grown apart. Read Growing apart and losing touch is human and healthy
Polly Balitro makes a lot of lovely portraits. The ones I’m sharing today are no more or less lovely than any of the others she’s made — I just want to share her blog with you so you can enjoy her work, too. Read 02.12.2017
50 years ago this week, Rowan and Martin’s Laugh In debuted on NBC. Ann Althouse remembers it briefly and makes an astute observation on the show’s humor. Read 50 years ago today: Season 1, episode 1 of “Laugh In”
What does a Christian look like? K. Rex Butts notices how within Christian circles there are some common modes of dress. (Which might actually alienate people on the outside.) But that really has nothing to do with it, as he explains. Read I Don’t Look Like a Christian
This week’s camera reviews and experience reports: