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Lot’s Wife near the Dead Sea by GflaiG via Flickr

I apologize for not updating Think Free for quite a while. I’ve been busy setting up my various – mostly antiquated – computers to maximize their capacities.

This has involved learning Linux as well as flipping back and forth among Linux and Windows XP, 7 and 10, along with resolving some technical issues that arose within each system.

As a matter of fact, as I’m typing this I am preparing this computer for a dual boot of Windows and Linux.

I have a few moments to spare (before I must go offline) so thought I’d check in on the Think Free database.

Up next is the biblical character of Lot.

In the Old Testament story Lot is Abraham’s nephew.

Lot himself isn’t too memorable. He departs from his family to enter the proximity of Sodom, a place of iniquity where he is rescued by two angels. I guess that’s pretty noteworthy on its own. But Lot is really more famous for what happened to his wife, unnamed as she is.

I recently updated my entry for Lot’s Wife at earthpages.org. You can read the whole story here:

Lot’s Wife and the Pillar of Salt – Geological formation? Sexism? More?

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