Monday Soup

1 part broth, 1 part noodles, and 42 parts other stuff.

Monday Soup

+ Tyler Stanton’s book, Everyday Absurdities, is now only $4.99 for the Kindle version and $8.99 in paperback. It’s such a solid book, packed with laughs the whole way through. Highly recommended. (FYI…Tyler’s going to be welcoming his third son into the world any day now. Every book you purchase will put more diapers on their baby’s butt.)

+ Excited about the iPhone announcement tomorrow, but I’ll be boarding a flight right around the time the announcement is made. I’m predicting they’ll announce two phones: an iPhone 4S that will be cheaper and faster than the current 4, and an iPhone 5 that will be a huge upgrade.

+ Arrested Development is coming back for a 10-episode run in 2013 and then a movie! Pretty stoked to hear that. Creator Mitch Hurwitz says, “[I] found that as time went by, there was so much more to the story.” Can’t wait to experience it.

+ My friend Brad Ruggles is helping to launch a church this year called Imagine Church. If you’re the type of person who likes to support good people doing good things, here’s a chance to learn more and to give.

+ One last book to let you know about from my friend Alise Wright (and a lot of other great contributors). The book is called Not Alone: Stories of Living with Depression. I think it’s a really important book, and I encourage you to pick up a copy for yourself or someone you know who struggles with depression.

+ I’ll be at Catalyst in Atlanta this week, but the blog won’t skip a beat. Good stuff on tap so keep coming back!

What about you, what’s in your Monday Soup today?