Time for midweek links again! Here’s some articles that I have found interesting over the course of the past week. Let me know what you think in the comments.
- Corridor Digital has prepared a fantastic video that literally interprets the classic Queen song Bohemian Rhapsody. You need to watch it. No really. Now.
- M&M’s has a sweet new website called Bite-size beats where you can make your own musical beats which…they may play in a TV commercial! It’s a lot of fun to play with. Here’s my beat called Newman’s Own.
- At Beneath the Tangles, I wrote about Elegant Yokai Apartment Life (Youkai Apato no Yuuga na Nichijou) and parenthood. Episode 3 was a tough episode to watch as it involved a mother murdering her son. Check out the piece after you’ve watched the episode.
- E! is discussing the rumor of a potential 3rd Princess Diaries movie. Let me say – I’d watch it.
- African-American Pastor Gabriel Stovall wrote an editorial at Baptist Press about why he’s staying in the Southern Baptist Convention. It’s a worthwhile read about the people within the SBC and some of the good work we’re seeing in some within the convention on race relations.
- The Baltimore Sun is talking about how the Ravens are potentially looking into Colin Kaepernick as a backup quarterback. The irony of him losing in the Super Bowl to the Ravens isn’t lost on me. I feel he’s an overrated quarterback, however he does have a certain set of skills that could be good on trick plays.
- Kotaku has a piece on Jet Set Radio and it’s embracing of graffiti. It’s such a classic and fun game, so it’s cool to see it being highlighted and discussed.
- A Confederate status may be replaced with a statue honoring a manatee. I hope it happens.
- I wrote a piece recently about how the word conservative is meaningless anymore. People misuse it constantly and decide it means whatever they want it to mean.
Any articles you find interesting? Any thoughts on the articles or links I shared? Let me know in the comments!
As I love ending with music, here’s Chase Holfelder’s fantastic cover of Linkin Park’s “Waiting for the End” featuring Linney. Rest in peace, Chester Bennington