Week in Review: June 23-29
First off, a happy Fourth of July holiday to everyone. It’s seems fairly obvious from the drop in site traffic that people are spending time with family and friends rather than slogging around on the Internet. That’s a good thing, ultimately. Speaking of the Fourth of July, make sure to stop by on the holiday as we’ll observe the holiday by posting a special old time radio show or two.
If you missed a few articles over the past few days, you’re in the right place to catch up on everything from a bit about why the Nook HD is still a great deal to the thrill-packed continuation of our Awesome Site of the Week series. As always, we encourage people to keep up with our daily updates so no one will have to deal with the shame of missing anything. Click here for our RSS feed, here for our Facebook page, here for our Facebook page, here for our Twitter account or here to subscribe to updates through email.
Here are the links for your clicking pleasure:
* Wikipedia Brown: ‘The Case of the Swiped Shoe’ (conclusion) — yes, Wikipedia Brown saves the day once again!
* Awesome Site of the Week: More than a Review — a little something about a book review site with a twist.
* Apple iOS 7 — works better, looks horrible — iPhone fans want some change, do they? They’re about to get it in spades. Woof!
* Catholics Praying for religious freedom — the Fortnight for Freedom is well underway.
* Barnes & Noble waving white flag in tablet war — Barnes & Noble may be liquidating its stock of the Nook HD and the Nook HD+, but those are still incredible deals for anyone looking for solid, Android based tablets. If you’re looking for a great tablet at an attractive price, here’s your chance.
* American Made Matters running July 4th promotion — by American, be patriotic.
* Weekend OTR – Ray Bolger Show — yes, the Scarecrow had his own summer replacement show. Good stuff, too.
* Titus’ assignment — the Apostle Paul had some plans for Titus and we can learn a thing or two about leadership from his tale.
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