Friday Link Love

Just a couple this week—stuff I found before Preacher Camp:


To Kill a Mockingbird Makes Its Mark, 50 Years after Film’s Release — Daily Beast

Wonderful article about a great film. Even includes my favorite anecdote, which I read in Vanity Fair years ago:

The Pecks forged a close bond with [Harper Lee,] the reclusive author after a trip to her home in Monroeville, Ala., and her visit to the set. On the first day of shooting, with a tear in her eye, she took Peck aside and whispered, “You have a little pot belly, just like my daddy.” “Harper, that’s called great acting,” quipped Peck.


In Which I Fix My Girlfriend’s Grandparents’ WiFi and am Hailed as a Conquering Hero— McSweeneys

The warrior closed his eyes, summoning the power of his ancestors, long departed but watchful still. And then with the echoing beep of his digital watch, he moved with deadly speed, wrapping his battle-hardened hands around the power cord at the back of the Router.


4 thoughts on “Friday Link Love

  1. not what I found found me

  2. Shala says:

    I got to play the battle-hardened WiFi warrior at my daughter’s preschool late last year. (Also an issue of rebooting the router.) Still, it earned me happy feelings of competency + a $30 credit toward their next parent’s day out. WooHOO!

  3. prespreacher says:

    I saw you from a distance in Assembly Inn dining hall during breakfast Friday but didn’t get a chance to speak to you and I have this weird quirk about yelling out across a room full of folks I don’t know as well. I did get a chance to see your other cohorts when I came into dining hall… Reggie, Jared, Kirby, Elizabeth…what a great group. Hope you are doing well and you’re getting some sabbath after all those papers

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