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The information contained on the Zwingli video is good but not completely accurate. It suggests that Zwingli became the Pastor of the Grossmunster in 1517. That is completely incorrect, Zwingli became the Pastor in Zurich in 1519. I’ve sent in … Continue reading
Qwiki is a new information sharing platform that has gone into Alpha testing (so it’s very early on). It may be of interest to readers here though so check it out and sign up to be a tester. What’s different … Continue reading
http://www.qwiki.com/embed/Top_News:_11-12-11 View Top News: 11-12-11 and over 3,000,000 other topics on Qwiki.
Today’s Qwiki is on the Six Day War. Very much worth watching. Perhaps When Bibi shows up at the White House and after Obama kisses his ring they can sit down together and watch it.
Today is the birthday of the perhaps most famous victim of Hitler’s madness: Anne Frank. There’s a nice remembrance of her here on Qwiki. Yesterday was Holocaust Memorial Day. No one- even we Gentiles, and perhaps especially we Gentiles- should … Continue reading
On this day in 1989, 100,000+ students marched on Tiananmen Square Beijing, China demanding political reform. Tanks and troops used live fire to clear the area on June 4, 1989, gunning down hundreds of protesters and inciting international outrage. Conclusion: … Continue reading
It was today in 1906 that a powerful quake essentially flattened the city of San Francisco. There’s a little video of the event here. Such things have always and will always happen.
Tim Bulkeley launched his blog on this day back in 2001. There’s a video of it at Qwiki! So happy blogiversary to Tim (and sorry about the iceberg and the sinking and all the perishing and all that!)
Your daddy, Al Gore, is getting you some cake! http://www.qwiki.com/embed/Internet View Internet and over 3,000,000 other topics on Qwiki.
April 2 is National Autism Day. I hope you’ll take a few minutes and view this video which discusses the disease. It affects a lot of children and a lot of families.
There’s a nice Qwiki of Japan (in fact it’s the Qwiki of the day) which I thought quite informative. You may too. You can watch it here. And if you aren’t familiar with Qwiki, you can check it out here.