Category: technology

Facebook for pastors

Even if you’re not a pastor, this is good stuff. If you are a pastor, it explains clearly why you should be on facebook — and how to get around once you’re there. Pastors...

Happy birthday, Mozilla

This is a little late in a day. I hope it’s never to late to wish Mozilla a happy birthday. Check out some images of their lair, from Wired. If you’re an IE zombie...

One word for today in history: plastic

This is from Wired: 1933: Two British research chemists miss an important detail … and make polyethylene. Reginald Gibson and Eric Fawcett worked at Imperial Chemical Industries’ research laboratory at Winnington in County Durham....

Animation, old school

This is just plain cool. The artefact bears five images depicting a wild goat jumping up to eat the leaves of a tree, which the members of the team at that time had not...

A seventeenth-century geo blogger

I love it when history meets technology. Enjoy this mashup from Google Maps Mania. If you have ever wondered what Samuel Pepys’ seventeenth century diary would have looked like if he had owned a...

Technology religion wars

No, I’m not talking Mac versus Windows. I’m talking “electronic Hisbollah” as a metaphor in the battles over intellectual property (IP) online. Readers of this blog who are oriented more toward religion than technology...

Did Jesus use machines?

I don’t know about you, gentle reader, but I usually picture Jesus sitting on the floor in a stone house, walking down a dusty street, traveling in a simple sail boat, or perhaps standing...