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Frosted Echoes is a personal web log by a prolific notetaker named Robert. This site follows the POSSE "Publish (on your) Own Site, Syndicate Elsewhere" model, which is described as “a content publishing model that starts with posting content on your own domain first, then syndicating out copies to 3rd party services with permashortlinks back to the original on your site.”

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The Ghost of Jehovah

What does it do to Christian thought when even Jesus is considered "problematic?"

The Ghost of Jehovah
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When Is Software Too Indie?

Think about the size of an independent publisher when assessing your needs.

When Is Software Too Indie?

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Junca De Sol Andromeda

I was already a fan of the angular and noisy Truman's Water, Glen Galloway's former band, when he launched Soul-Junk. The new group was conceived after Galloway had a tour van conversion to Christianity. My friend, who was not a believer, but was a fan of Shrimper Records, made me

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When You Sleep

DIIV brings a slower paced, more intimate sound to a newly released live record.

When You Sleep
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This Time, I'm Out

After 14 years and over 10,000 tweets, I've deactivated my Twitter account. I've been critical of Twitter for a long time now without actually leaving the platform. Obviously, things have changed rapidly for the worse. When, on Saturday, Elon Musk let DT back on the platform, while including a

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Predicted Collapse

My degree is in psychology, and though I focused on family and child counseling, industrial/organizational psychology was a close second in my affections. I loved taking a case study from a disaster at NASA — like the Challenger shuttle explosion — and looking at what went wrong organizationally to allow that

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Ignoring The Big Fish In The Room

Finishing the book of Jonah for insight into God’s love for humanity.

Ignoring The Big Fish In The Room