Tuesday, December 21, 2010

uunitalian, no, wait... uni-talian...

In the new year spirit of clarity, I've done something about the name - alright, I know "uunitalian" sounds a bit dumb, but "unitalian" also reads un-italian, which has always irritated me. The "UU" also has more meaning to me these days, as I feel theologically closer to the American than the British movements. So uunitalian it is - every bit as perplexing, yet to the point, as Unitarian Universalism.

UPDATE - swayed by Scott's sound advice, I changed it again!

Now the UK Spirituality blog is properly back on line (after 12 months! - I should get a UU medal of endurance for continuing to post up until 6 months ago despite the coding problems) I'm also going to try to concentrate more on that, although I'll flag posts up here. One modest attempt to inject some viscosity into the on-line liquidity.

4 comments:

Scott Wells said...

uni-talian?

uunitalian said...

That does look better, doesn't it. But then I'd have to change the whole post....

Robin Edgar said...

Looks a lot better than U*Unitalian anyway. . . :-)

I can't believe that Canadian and European Unitarian*Universalists, to say nothing of some American ones, are still using CUC Executive Director Mary Bennett's U*U "corporate identity" acronym that uses famous U*U Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s "picture of an asshole" to symbolize the self-vaunted "inclusiveness" of The U*U Movement.

Yewtree said...

I hope you like the new look of the UK Spirituality blog. Thanks for persevering! You do get a medal of endurance.