#DecemberOfDiscipline: Training to be a Priest

Context This post is written primarily for the group of 200+ men participating in #DecemberOfDiscipline. Initiated by Hunter Drew of TheFamilyAlpha blog and author of #31DtM (31 Days to Masculinity), #DecemberOfDiscipline is a month long series of challenges aimed at helping men to reclaim their sense of purpose and to express themselves authentically as men. …

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Free Idea: News Aggregation Site searchable by date

If it were my wheelhouse I would have a site which aggregated news stories and trends searchable by date. It would work like this. Landing page: Search box. Type a date, any date. You get a list of the top six stories of that day with a simple write up. Below that you’d have the …

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5 things I learned from two days using spreadsheets

Many of you may work with spreadsheets on a day to day basis, you’re probably able to reflexively type your favourite snazzy formulas and have that artistic knack for functionality and aesthetics which results in a good spreadsheet. I, however, haven’t touched excel since high school when, if memory serves me right, I basically failed …

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‘Individually you don’t know what you’re doing collectively’

I’ve just read The Circle by Dave Eggers on the recommendation of Pete Phillips from the #MediaLit17 Conference I’ve just blogged my way through. ‘Prescient, scary, unputdownable.’ The Times got it right with that comment. With no chapters, only three ‘books’, I raced through this book with seemingly unquenchable curiosity — what would happen? would Mae copee? …

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