Friday Round-up and A Question


Links that show I am totally famous!

1.  Marinka answers my questions in Remedial Blog School

2.  Project Wombat tackles mawwiage.

3.  An [Links that show I am totally famous!

1.  Marinka answers my questions in Remedial Blog School

2.  Project Wombat tackles mawwiage.

3.  An](http://www.swifteconomics.com/2009/07/23/interview-with-paul-samuelson/) with Paul Samuelson.

4.  The road to Russian-Jewish relations is paved with rail drinks.

Other links:

1.  Russians in India…in the 15th Century (Thanks, Gori Girl!)

2.  Building a Blog Community (Thanks, Mother In Israel!) (See, I don’t even have to do any work.  People just send me links right and left.  If you’d like to send me links and get no monetary compensation in return, e mail me!)

  1. Esperanto celebrates power of hope (and of being a nerd.  Is it sad that I want to learn Esperanto?)

  2. Facial hair of current leaders of UN member states (why didn’t I think of this?!)

5.  Great post by LB on things he wants to do in Israel

6.  Ahuva writes about [Links that show I am totally famous!

1.  Marinka answers my questions in Remedial Blog School

2.  Project Wombat tackles mawwiage.

3.  An [Links that show I am totally famous!

1.  Marinka answers my questions in Remedial Blog School

2.  Project Wombat tackles mawwiage.

3.  An](http://www.swifteconomics.com/2009/07/23/interview-with-paul-samuelson/) with Paul Samuelson.

4.  The road to Russian-Jewish relations is paved with rail drinks.

Other links:

1.  Russians in India…in the 15th Century (Thanks, Gori Girl!)

2.  Building a Blog Community (Thanks, Mother In Israel!) (See, I don’t even have to do any work.  People just send me links right and left.  If you’d like to send me links and get no monetary compensation in return, e mail me!)

  1. Esperanto celebrates power of hope (and of being a nerd.  Is it sad that I want to learn Esperanto?)

  2. Facial hair of current leaders of UN member states (why didn’t I think of this?!)

5.  Great post by LB on things he wants to do in Israel

6.  Ahuva writes about](http://sabraheart.blogspot.com/2009/07/part-deux-of-taba.html) in Taba, Egypt

7.  Are you any of these types of client?  If you’re the bad kind, change.

8.  A great post from a great new blog I’ve discovered. Weigh in!