I've left a lot of threads hanging in the breeze over the past few months of blogging. Some of them are significant enough that people are asking me about them. This post doesn't really have a topic, other than an update on some of these miscellaneous items.
First, several of you have kindly inquired offline about the status of the potential adoption that I first mentioned here. To summarize, the adoption did not happen. That's the risk that you run when you get involved in this process. It never gets easy, but you get better at handling it.
Second, the Virtual Stock Exchange competition mentioned here. Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner's wreath goes to Steve Grose, the investor-baron of Australia. In the last couple of days he surmounted my months-long lead in the game. Congratulations, Steve!
Third, I have completed my sermon calendaring web application, and a couple of people have seen it running on my iPhone, but I'm still trying to figure out a way to offer it to people for free.
Fourth, I am building a different blog for our bipartisan effort to produce a clear-cut decision on the role of the Baptist Faith & Message in Indianapolis. I'll give you the details in a few days.