A Couple Things

Sorry for the constant change in blog themes.  I was experimenting with different looks and realized in the end that simplicity is a virtue.  This theme provides plenty of horizontal room for postings as opposed to the more confined formats.

I should have mentioned this earlier, but there is an excellent blog that focuses on Boston and the American Revolution that I recently listed on the blogroll.  It is called Boston 1775 and the posts are intelligent and entertaining.  Definitely check it out.

I don’t know how many of you are tennis fans, but I am totally psyched for the Wimbledon final between Federer and Nadal.  Nadal is clearly a thorn in Federer’s side, but it should be a close and exciting match as they are playing on grass.  Federer is an absolute pleasure to watch.  His shots are clean and his moves are so graceful.  There is a certain beauty in watching him perform.  He is obviously very comfortable with his body.  I do love team sports, but singles tennis hinges on the individual’s endurance and mental toughness.  It is an exercise in all-around discipline. 

Searching for Black Confederates: The Civil War’s Most Persistent Myth

“Levin’s study is the first of its kind to blueprint and then debunk the mythology of enslaved African Americans who allegedly served voluntarily in behalf of the Confederacy.”–Journal of Southern History

Purchase your copy today!

3 comments… add one
  • David Woodbury Jul 11, 2006 @ 14:46

    Thanks for reminding me — I’ll change the link right now.

    David

  • Kevin Levin Jul 11, 2006 @ 5:35

    Thanks for the feedback David. I was wondering if it might be possible to update the link over at your Forum. I used to get a number of hits from that site.

  • David Woodbury Jul 11, 2006 @ 5:27

    Kevin,

    Thanks for the tip on the Boston 1775 blog — that looks really great. I’m definitely going to spend some time catching up on that one.

    I like your new format. Simple is best. I’ve noticed — on some monitors — the more background color, the harder something is to read. The “A Lincoln” blog, for example, looks great on my screen at work, but I have a hard time reading it on my iMac at home. Your new layout is crisp and clean.

    David

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