Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Slacktivist's Left Behind Index

About two weeks ago I tried to open the Slacktivist's Left Behind page from home. At work I have a spiffy and fast internet connection, but I noticed that from home it seems to take a long time to load.

I've spent some time putting together an index of Fred's Left Behind criticism, including links to each post and a sentence or two about its contents. I've dated it so that it shows up as the first link in the Blog Archive under April 2007, and I'll add it under "Links" in the sidebar.

I'll continue to update the index once a month, and I'm still fiddling with some of the links. If you have any questions, comments or changes let me know and I'll fix them.

Spherical Time

5 comments:

Jesurgislac said...

Thank you very much for doing this. It makes it way much easier to browse past Left Behinds.

Spherical Time said...

I figured if I needed it, others would find it useful too.

Anonymous said...

Thank you! Now, if only I had discovered Slacktivist's Left Behind discussion this month, and not last month. I read it -- and a good many of the comments -- over the course of December, and had to use that gigantic page as an index. I share your pain (and possibly your internet bill.) Newer arrivals will be much luckier.

Random anon

Anonymous said...

I have just discovered the Left Behind blog, but I am still struggling to find the archives. Everything keeps going back to the Jan 24 2011 page. Please help!

And by the way, who is Slacktivist, apart from an evangelical named Fred? There is no home page or "about me" that I can find.

Rebekah said...

Just FYI, assuming you probably see page loads and such anyway, but just wanted to let you know that I discovered the LB commentaries only about a year and a half ago and have had them bookmarked on my phone ever since, slowly and obsessively working my way through each one and its comments. Not that I think you'd delete any of it, but I just want to put out my plea to keep the index within easy reach and the ability to easy go from one entry to the next in sequence, please! :) Love these with a passion!
Apologies for the uncorrwcted typos- this format is killer on my phone and won't let me go back into previously-typed text to edit!