It’s that special time of the week where I condense the very best of my world wide web wanderings into a single post. As always, you can follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest for all my wonderful web wanderings as they occur throughout the week.
Onward to the WWW!
Tripp & Tyler’s latest creation of perfection is “Email in Real Life.” My personal favorite is the “reply all” mishap, though the extended signature is pretty great too. It’s a sequel to their “Conference Call in Real Life,” and I’ve watched it at least 17 times.
If you haven’t heard of Brant Hansen, you kinda need to know him. The Brant & Sherri Podcast is a condensed 20-minute version of Brant’s daily radio show, featuring his quirky Asperger’s humor and blunt wisdom. His podcast is a daily highlight, as I’m laughing and crying on both ends of the spectrum every episode. Subscribe and give this dude a listen on your next drive to work. I think you’ll dig it. If I ever get into podcasting, I’m using Brant Hansen as a model.
John Mark McMillan’s “I Dreamed There Was a Fountain.” He’s one of my favorite artists, and the sweet harmonica action is just an added bonus.
The blog is called Tiny House Giant Journey, and it follows the exploits of a husband and wife roaming the country in their mobile tiny house. Their Instagram is just magical. It makes me miss my own road trip, but I can’t wait to see where their four walls and a pointy roof on wheels wander next.
I blogged about Josh after meeting him on the road in Little Rock. He was heading to California with some other Couchsurfers, believing his ultimate course was set even further for Uruguay. It’s been exciting following his blog to see where his Jesus journey continues taking him. If his latest post is any indication, it’s to even greater heights in South America.
I think CS Lewis was God’s software update for the Bible. — Max Andrew Dubinsky (@MaxDubinsky) April 9, 2015
What’d I miss on the Web this week? Anyone else wanna take a tiny house across America with me?