Jump Start Your Brain: Why Beth?

Just making a little front page adjustment here, and this is my favorite post so far from today’s #SundayBlogShare, so it gets the reblog 😉

The Return of the Modern Philosopher

JumpstartIt’s another snowy Saturday in Maine, Modern Philosophers.

I’ve taken to not checking the weather report on non-workdays because it’s just too bleak and depressing lately.  As a result, I was a little surprised to awaken and discover that Snow Miser had installed another wall to wall white carpet on my street.

The snow doesn’t really bother me when I don’t have to drive in it, though, and I’ll probably go for a walk to the library and take some pictures of the white stuff.  It does look pretty when it’s not wreaking havoc on my nerves.

What this snow definitely does, however, is frost over my brain.  I’m going to need a jump start to get it going today.  Anyone else need a similar jolt?  I’ve got 1000 volts of Deep Thoughts here to get the old gray matter humming again…

Any fans of The Walking Dead out there? …

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Best Week Ever. (Digest)

We just had an awesome week at Part Time Monster. Here are six reason why we did so well:

1. The Hunger Games (and I want to revisit some of the stuff in this post with one of my own soon).

2. Zombies

3. Doctor Who

4. Annie-Blog (Sailor Moon)

5. Cat-Blog (a fine introduction)

That is five interesting pieces from four different authors, all in one week.

On my own blogs, I decided to build some trebuchets, had an unfortunate experience with Twitter, and talked about my own Constructed World.

Also,  The Professor is cool, in a punchy sort of way.

Part Time Monster Weekly Digest – 11/22/13

We spent most of the week trying to drum up support for a Thunderclap to try and get Sam’s fundraising campaign for Rolling with Kings a bump. This post contains links to everything we’ve written about the Thunderclap since it was approved, including instructions to walk you through supporting it in three minutes or less.

Diana kicked off the Whoseries this week with a very nice introduction, and it couldn’t have come at a better time since the 50th anniversary episode will be airing in about 8 hours. She also reviewed Gone Girl.

I concluded my series “Strategic Blogging,” and the full series is available in a category at Part Time Monster. I also published a poem and an update on our project to build a multi-network blog array.