Monthly Archives: September 2010

some statistics

Now, here’s something interesting: musical preferences (on last.fm) graphed by both age and sex: Now in the playground: Gender Plots Have a look, and then let’s think about who the “average” first-time church-shopping visitor is. My (unscientific) “typical visitor” is … Continue reading

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the lighter side

Sometimes, it’s good to laugh at these serious topics. Cat and Girl Comics

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misappropriation vs. folk process

My personal catalogue of musical influences includes Tex-Mex, Musica Popular Brasileira, Nigerian Juju, German and British hard-folk-rock, Hindi film music and on and on. I just like music, and when it connects with me, it becomes part of my mental … Continue reading

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the UUA’s take on contemporary worship

UUA’s worship web site has some interesting introductory articles about contemporary worship. Continue reading

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