This is part of an ongoing project called the (e) book of love. I was wondering what MeFites thought of it. Previously, someone called it "pious gibberish", which I sort of liked, that impression. It's a long-ish read, be warned. If you can't get past the first few paragraphs, let me know why that would be. Peace be with you.
True Words is an ongoing community art project where people anonymously share words of wisdom, advice, and guidance based on their own life experiences. [more inside]
A podcast about the popular 1970s BBC comedy The Good Life (known in the US as Good Neighbors). [more inside]
I co-host this semi-weekly exploration of topics related to authenticity, self-improvement and love. In the first couple episodes, we discuss ideas like what's wrong with creeps, how to date for your future self, going on dates vs being in a relationship, and the like. The show has a strong voice, which I hope represents the earnest effort of two young guys trying to figure this stuff out.
This is a blog I've been keeping for approximately 2-3 years about my tumultuous and ever-incongruous journey toward Orthodox Judaism.
I've published my first iOS app! Cell Blast (iPad only, I'm afraid) allows you to simulate John Conway's Game of Life, the classic cellular automaton. You can also create your own (much more complex) automata rules and play them out on a 100x100 - 400x400 grid. [more inside]