Ok, the title doesn’t make sense, but I wanted to follow up my last post on technology with a few useful links. Check out the following if you are interested in thinking more about the impact of technology on how we think, how we live and how we understand ourselves:
Some book reviews of Nicholas Carr’s The . . . → Read More: Technowledgment
[ if you haven't already, read the lead article to this series, Seven deadly disappointments ]
So no one told you life was gonna be this way….
Your job’s a joke, you’re broke, your love life’s D.O.A.
It’s like you’re always stuck in second gear
When it hasn’t been your day, your week, your month, or even your year, but
I’ll . . . → Read More: Seven deadly disappointments #1: loneliness
Since late Roman times, the seven deadly sins have been one way for people to think about patterns of living that fly in the face of the faithful life. Christians contend that lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy and pride are incompatible with a well-lived human life.
I want you to consider another way of thinking about . . . → Read More: Seven deadly disappointments
Don’t worry, this post will be short.
Apparently, the typical reader today can’t handle articles or posts that are too long or too complex, being so easily distracted. This is certainly the claim of Nicholas Carr in a much discussed article published in The Atlantic Monthly a few years back, “Is Google making us stupid?” In it . . . → Read More: Easily distracte…