Dress-Down Friday | Bubble Project, Jesus on Twitter and Ash Friday

This is another Dress-Down Friday for February 27, 2009.

Knowing my constant use of the social network twitter, my friend Cate send this:

It’s been quite a while since I’ve posted a video from Rocketbook – here’s a little something on advertising:

  • One thing that really stands out to me from the above video is great idea was Ji Lee’s Bubble Project. See here for website.
  • Chris M has compiled quite a list of Frequently Asked Quaker Questions on his blog, now if only he’d answer all of them!
  • Here’s an interesting article about a new book out on John Lennon.
  • For those of you who don’t already know Safari 4 beta is out. I’m telling you this because I”m a fan.
  • Speaking of fans here’s a nice mashup for fan fiction: Zombie’s meet Jane Austen.
  • Have any of you considered recycled TP? You should, and Green Peace gives you a guide for doing it.
  • …And speaking of keeping things Fresh, how about some fresh air?

I know it’s a couple days past but I also wanted to link to some Ash Wednesday reflections, a kind of Ash Friday if you will.

  • Here’s one by Adventist pastor Ryan Bell.
  • And one by Andrew Sullivan.
  • And one from Scot McKnight.
  • English bishops are calling for a carbon fast this lent,
  • Environment |
  • guardian.co.uk”>not a bad idea.
  • Eliacín, of the Mustard Seed Associates, offers a Lent Prayer resource for download.
  • And here’s a more humorous rendering of Ash Wednesday.