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Blog Exercises: Why We Dig

In the October issue of The Christian Science Monitor, I found this from John Yemma, Monitor Editor: Why we dig, and what we may find Sometimes a portal opens into the world of legend. A stone is rolled away from an Egyptian tomb revealing a 3,300 year old Pharaoh’s power and wealth. A Roman city […]

Free Photos for Your Blog

I’ve been collecting a variety of resources for free photographs to use on your website and blog. These images are, for the most part, free to use, but may have copyright and usage restrictions. Some may require registration, use only on non-commercial sites, and/or a link back to the source. Others may require more. Check […]

Volcano Blog – Watching a Volcano Live

There are so many things you can do today that you couldn’t even do a year ago. One of those things is watch a volcano erupting, live, right now, in Alaska. The Alaska Volcano Observatory – Augustine Volcano Watch hosts two web cams and a blog reporting on the activity of the erupting volcano. AUGUSTINE […]

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