When I'm not cutting trees, walking on the beach, working on a book, preparing for an upcoming art exhibition, traveling, golfing, teaching, fishing, kayaking, etc., I engage with readers about various topics and I make notes.
I realize it may be difficult to keep track of all my blogs, but I use them as notes when I get ideas and the topics vary. I don't expect anyone to read all of what I write, but people seem interested, so here are a few updates to some of my blogs/websites.
I've added some relevant links and new pages.
I added an article on how historians choose narratives to promote, using Cumorah as an example.
I added a post about pre-Columbian civilizations in North America.
I added a comment about euphemisms for censorship.
I updated the Cumorah overview.
I added an article from the WSJ about how we will never run out of resources.
I added a link to a podcast by Naval Ravikant.
I added an excerpt about "sandy foundations," another non-Biblical Book of Mormon term.