Monday, April 13, 2009

New editorial policy

I have a new editorial policy—I'm reorganizing all the stuff I make and do. This blog is now exclusively about Christian agnosticism and existentialism, and I'll be talking about these things a little more directly than I have in the past.

This is because, when I reviewed what people liked and what they didn't, I can't find any pattern with regard to what amuses you, my dear readers.

However, last Friday, a complete stranger commented on my year-and-a-half-old post on Christian agnosticism. This was the tenth stranger to do so for that post; for every other post, I've only gotten comments from about two strangers. Evidently, some people find Christianity implausible and beautiful, and they don't know what to do, so they go to Google. Walking this tension is the thing I want to write about the very most. I like to think I'm saying something new, and, if I'm not, let me know, because if someone's written a book that would explain my spirituality to me, I'd like to read it, so I could save some time.

For stuff about the fire across the street and product packaging, I've made a new blog: Alex's Id Funnel. This is where to go if you don't care about my writing having editorial standards but do care about my dish washing habits or quesadilla makers. I got a Palm Centro smartphone recently, and it has a camera. The resulting digital debris (eg, farm animals and church signs) goes to Picasa. I make other stuff on the web, too, like Dollar Book Blog, and I have indexed it for your convenience.


  1. Dang it Alex, how many of your blogs do I have to follow?

  2. Really, just one—if you go to, there's a link to an RSS feed there that has all the stuff I make.

    I've been meaning to ask you, KUMOTHER, do I know you in real life? If not, how did you find this site? Do you go to it manually or do you use an RSS reader?