Here’s some interesting links I found while surfing the interwebs this week that might be of interest to AoM readers:
Specialization and Decline (@ financial sense) An interesting essay that compares today’s Western economies and culture to ancient Rome’s. The author argues that the more complex an economy becomes and the more decadent a culture becomes, the more susceptible it is to collapse.
25 Ways To Earn Money When You’re Broke On The Road (@ brave new traveler) If you plan on taking the great American road trip or going backpacking in Europe, here are some ideas on how you can make some scratch while you’re on the road. I actually have a friend who did number 8- farm work- while he was traveling in Europe. He picked strawberries to make some money and he said it was one of his best memories of his trip.
Walden, and 99 other Free Online Books Every Student of Humanity Should Read  (@ universities and college) A great resource where you can read some literary classics for free. Many of the books on the 100 Books Every Man Should Read  list are actually available for free online.
GlennSacks.com  Glen Sacks is the Executive Director of Fathers and Families, a non-profit father’s rights organization. Glenn has been fighting for family court reform that will undo the bias the system has against men. Needless to say, he has stirred up some controversy with his social commentary on the way men are treated in family courts or portrayed in the media.
Joseph Palmer: Persecuted For Wearing The Beard (@ jon dyer’s blog) In 1830, Joseph Palmer of Fitchburg, MA was persecuted for wearing a beard. Here is his story.
ManHelper  The Folks at Womopo are re-launching their site as ManHelper. It’s an online men’s magazine that provides tips and tricks for life, relationships, and money.
Classic Art of Manliness
If you’re new to the site, you may not have seen all our posts. Here’s a few classics from the archives .
Become an Evangelist of Manliness
Spread the good word of manliness by becoming an ordained evangelist of manliness  today.