For no good reason other than the fact that others have done it I had our blog gender-analysed. This is a scientific instrument for blog-kritik. You can tell the phenomenal level of accuracy by the results (Matt 7.20):
We guess http://evangelicaltextualcriticism.blogspot.com/ is written by a woman (60%), however it's quite gender neutral.
Rod Decker noticed that a fancy new evangelical NT text-book had a photo claiming to be P52 that was not. Nick Norelli identified it as P. Oxy 52. Just think how many mistakes were made in the process of including this in the book!
There is a report that a fifth-sixth century monastery has been partially (and badly) excavated 'in the hills near Jerusalem'. An interesting mosiac was unearthed: "O Lord God of Saint Theodorus, protect Antonius and Theodosia the illustres, Theophylactus and John the priest." So here is an interesting quiz question: two of these names appear in a NT manuscript. Which names? Which manuscript? And could it have been written at this very site?