A Friday roundup of interesting stuff from the internet. Here are the articles that caught my attention this week:
Brad Meltzer, best selling author of The Escape Artist has a new book in the works. This time he is delving into non-fiction with the story of the secret plot against George Washington.
A profile of the man who invented book selling as we know it.
This is a terrific look at the geniuses behind the Babylon Bee.
Analytics is pretty commonplace now in Major League Baseball but at the college level it is still a novelty. At UNC they are leading the way in adopting analytics into the game.
Many evangelical leaders have not only been outspoken in their support of President Trump but have gone to great lengths to defend his most egregious behaviors. David French has some very frank words for the President's evangelical backers.
Tim Challies poses an interesting question: is your church Christian or Christianish?
10 things you should know about your smartphone.
Nostalgia alert: 10 Fun Facts About Highlights.
The woman who was the subject of one of the most iconic photos to come out of the Vietnam War shares how she came to Christ. It's a powerful testimony.
Baseball America polled its correspondents to come up with a list of the ten best major league parks (excluding Fenway Park, Wrigley Field, and Dodger Stadium as they are in a class of their own).
This is one of the more interesting stories I have run across this week: How a Coney Island sideshow helped to save thousand of babies.
On an almost daily basis there are new reports of scientific studies reported as absolute fact. But there are plenty of reasons to be skeptical of such studies.
As I visit used book stores in my travels I am always on the lookout for vintage cover illustrations. In fact, I believe that book cover illustration is in many ways a lost art. This collection of pulp covers of classic fiction is fantastic.