Edge Induced Cohesion Chatroom:
I am a historian and a Christian, and though I tend to be private about my personal life, if you want to know something about me, ask me, if you cannot determine it from my public discourse.
A book about my experiences in Thailand has been published here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00AFGB7EM/ref=tag_dpp_yt_edpp_rt#tags
A collection of my essays from Norwich University has been published here: http://www.amazon.com/Time-Well-Wasted-Collection-Essays-ebook/dp/B00LJLQRDS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1404794363&sr=8-1&keywords=Nathan+Albright
An essay about the barriers of space exploration has been published here: http://www.amazon.com/Terra-Nullis-Nathan-Albright-ebook/dp/B00LLYU7E8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1404881076&sr=8-1&keywords=nathan+albright
A free collection of my own sermon(ette) messages can be found here: The Best That I Could Do Vol 1.
If you wish to communicate with me and do not wish to publicly comment on the blog, send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Edit: 12/21/2010: Someone actually asked a question about me that was not self-evident from my writing that I wished to answer here. The question was “why do I write in such a sarcastic manner rather than a “lovey-dovey” manner.” I was unaware that my writing was particularly sarcastic–I work very hard to write in as polite and respectful and as “neutral” a manner as possible, but if my efforts at politeness come off as really sarcastic, perhaps the answer is because I love books and studying the systems around me and because I am very critical with the institutions and people I care about. I’m not really a lovey-dovey person, though I am tender and sympathetic (in person, if not online), especially to outcasts, furry animals, and small children.
And now time for some blogrolls: