Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Well, I was thinking about purging the most egregious statists from the blogroll

But it seems there aren't many left. A couple, but they're pretty good for what I say they're good for, so I'm not inclined to dump them. One thing I want to do, though, is add a blog to the roll: Faith Reconsidered, by a guy who calls himself Eulercircles.

I'm afraid I have to admit, I don't get the reference, even though I minored in Math. A minor, apparently, doesn't take you far enough into the subject to find out what Euler was up to. I just worked my way to the end of the "cookbook" and gave it up as a bad job. Couldn't get those dif e.q.s to come out fluffy like they're supposed to.

Oh, and Kyle Bennett has a great post that'll stand the test of time (it already has, to a certain degree): An Agorist Manifesto in 95 Theses.

Anyway, on to the reconstruction project.

OK, done. I ended up just deleting some dead blogs. I felt bad about scratching some old team members, but there was nothing there to look at. I kept a couple because they still link me and I'm a link whore.

Since I'm actually fairly proud of the new me, I should get out there and make my presence felt. Anybody got any good ideas about where to go?

2 comments:

Ronald said...

Al, thanks a bunch for the link. 'Euler's Circles' are logic diagrams representing categorical propositions, invented by the mathematician whose namesake they bare. I used it because it sounds cool, and it represented what I am trying to do - analyze my former faith strictly logically.

Al said...

Your welcome. I don't know how much I can help you get your word out, though. I blew out all my readers with the whole atheist/anarchist thing. People just don't get Spontaneous Order.

Should I hit 'em with some Lloyd deMause?