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Saturday, July 19, 2008

Anglican Feedback

Gather 'round, boys and girls, moms and dads. Have I got a resource for you!

It's called "The Anglican Feedback" and its an amazing place to graze for tidbits of information about everything Anglican.

Check it out. Every possible link to every possible news source and blog across the spectrum of the World Wide Anglican Communion is right here.

You'll get ENS, Episcopal Cafe, Susan Russell, Mark Harris, Gene Robinson, Katie Sherod, Thinking Anglicans AND Ruth Gledhill - all your favorites and even the ones you have to put on your Kevlar vest and asbestos pumps before visiting - plus many, many more, all in one convenient portal.

You'll also get the Book of Common Prayer, the Anglican Cycle of Prayer on line as well as the lectionary readings for the Daily Office.

It's a veritable "Disney Land for Anglophile News Addicts". Within the first five minutes, you'll feel like you're seeing some of your favorite characters, together and all in one place.

And, if you visit within the next 10 minutes, you get all those links and the very attractive "Feed Bag" you see pictured above.

But, wait, there's more! Not only will you get all the links to all the news and blog resources in the WWAC, AND the Feed Bag pictured above, you also get a listing of all the local WWAC Cyberspace 12 Step Groups.

Complete anonymity guaranteed. You don't even have to use your screen name!

And here's the best part: IT'S ALL FREE!!!!

Visit now! Don't delay! All the news that's fit to print - and most that isn't - is just a mouse click away.

This offer will probably expire the "real minute" you click on the link. No cybers were abused or harmed during the construction of this website.

If the link above doesn't work for any reason, here it is for you to cut and paste into your browser:


ROBERTA said...

wow that was almost more than my mind could take in! talk about your plethora of information.....

marnanel said...

Whew. I know where to go for my Anglican news now!

On several programming projects I work on they've had a page for a few years now called "planet" (like this one, which syndicates all the blogs and news sources together so that people can read them on one page. I'd often thought there should have been an Anglican version. I'm glad someone did it.