Friday Pix: Recommended Reading For The Weekend

Every Friday I point you towards some recommended reading around the blogosphere:

1. Last Friday was Red Nose Day in Britain, a biennial telethon held in March to raise money for famine relief in Africa. It’s always an amazing day for many reasons, not the least of which is the outrageously funny talent on display in this country. Check out the Top 5 Red Nose Day Clips of All Time over on the Anglotopia blog. And whatever you do, do *not* miss the Ricky Gervais sketch.

2. I was quite taken with Wayne K. Spear’s meditation, Notes On Adulthood In A Time of Stress. As someone who’s always searching for that elusive definition of adulthood, I love the idea that it’s as simple as getting to push the shopping cart around the grocery story and fill it as you please. There’s definitely something to that.

3. After last week’s post on the future of Gen Y, I discovered this fabulous website written by and for Millenials called The Next Great Generation.

4. How much do you really know about American history? Newsweek has a quiz that contains actual questions from the citizenship exam.

5. Love this. Over on obit, the Volvo stationwagon is eulogized. (Hat tip: Communicatrix)

6. Finally, for all those questions you’ve always wanted to ask Vegans but were afraid to ask, here’s The Vegan Myth song at Holy Kaw!


Have a great weekend!

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