Midweek Links: Japanese Christmas Traditions, No Accepting Wrongness, Season’s Greetings

Another week, another chance for me to collect links to share. Hope you find these articles/links interesting as well as my random commentary I provide.

Twitter recommendations

  • Steak-umm – Why yes, Steak-Umms brand has an official Twitter account. Yes, it’s ridiculous and you totally need to follow it. Like right now.
  • ThunderLee – Thunder Lee is a photographer who creates some photographic scene art of anime episodes with Nendoroids. The results are amazing. You should follow and check it out!

Music for this week is beautiful – it’s Pentatonix and Jennifer Hudson singing the hymn, “How Great Thou Art”

About the Author

Matthew Newman
Matthew Newman is a Christian environmental engineer (Professionally licensed in Maryland). He’s also a husband, beard aficionado, Dad of four beautiful children, blogger, and all around geeky guy from Baltimore County. When he’s not chasing his kids or working, he’s probably asleep.

2 Comments on "Midweek Links: Japanese Christmas Traditions, No Accepting Wrongness, Season’s Greetings"

  1. I read the article about the Obi-Wan solo film. These are point cool points. I am curious about his side of the story after the events of Revenge of the Sith. I remember in Episode 3, Yoda mentioned he could train to learn to use the force and speak to someone who died and mentions Qui-Gon, his old master. I would like to see Obi-Wan talk to his master.

  2. Good suggestions for the Obi-Wan film! And I love the Pentatonix cover—I was so delightfully surprised when I first heard it while streaming their Christmas album.

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