Monday 13 March 2006

Book buying

Thanks to all those who have been using my search-box for their book, music and DVD purchases. I get a small commission whenever you use this box to make a purchase, and it all adds up nicely (meaning an occasional free book for me). In appreciation for these commissions, I have just moved the box towards the top of my sidebar. I hope this doesn’t look too tacky—if you think it does, let me know, and I'll consider moving it down again to a more obscure location.


Jim said...

I like it there. Plus, if it earns you some books- why not!

T.B. Vick said...

Keep it there . . . anything that reminds us that we need to buy books is also a good thing, isn't it?

TSHusker said...

For what it's worth, I try to direct as much of my book-buying activities to as has "sexual orientation" in its EEO policy, provides health insurance coverage for domestic partners, and diversity training in sexual orientation and gender identity and expression. See here and here.

It may not be the litmus test by which to judge all the companies one may frequent, but when you know it's there, judge for yourself. Just thought I'd point this out.

Doctrine Matters

::aaron g:: said...

Ben, do you tithe on your commssion?


Michael Krahn said...

Can you hook me up with a link to getting such a search box on my blogs please?

Michael Krahn

Anonymous said...

Wow, so that actually earns you something? Great. Enjoy the books.

Ben Myers said...

Michael, you can sign up as an associate here.

Guy Davies said...

Blatant Barthian commercialism. Proof text (AV):

"not for filthy lucre, but of a ready mind" (1 Pet 5:2).

Guy Davies

Ben Myers said...

Hi Guy. Since Barth himself was a committed socialist, I can assure you that there is nothing "Barthian" about my own shameless commercialism (except that it helps me to buy books about Barth). ;-)

Guy Davies said...

Hi Ben,

That's alright then, I suppose. Although you could put the "filthy lucre" to better use!

Neo-Thatcherite neo-orthodoxy. What is the world coming to?


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