Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:
Sara reflects on the arrest of a professor at a Christian college (not the one I taught at) for child pornography. Julana reflects on how an apparently kind and good man could have murdered someone, then committed suicide.
Katherine writes about being with Christ in everyday tasks (she's a homemaker with children.)
Catez writes about postmodernism.
Julana has posted about torture (she's against it!), pointing to an editorial in Christianity Today, which takes a similar stance, and which says that the Bush administration has not been careful in this regard.
Arevanye has decided that posting a good quote each day, with accompanying graphics, and calendar materials, on C. S. Lewis, is just too much, at least for now. The archives are still there, though.
The New Scientist reports that 2005 was the warmest year on record.
Microsoft has an article on the top 10 web sites for students. MSN Encarta is listed first (surprise!) and the Wikipedia isn't mentioned, but there are some good sites, including a Canadian site (which should be useful for students elsewhere, too.)
The Parableman has an interesting post on Science and Philosophy, related to whether Intelligent Design is science or religion or philosophy.
A new version of the Firefox browser is available. I have found the SessionSaver extension to be priceless on occasions such as suddenly upgrading and rebooting Firefox. On the rare occasions when Firefox shuts down, or the computer does, SessionSaver gets back all instances, tabs, whatever, at the same web site.
Bonnie has received (and posted) a collection of humorous quotations on music, beginning with Richard Wagner's advice to conductors to not look at the trombones. She also alerted me to the controversy (The lead actor is homosexual - - should that matter? If you have any interest in this, check the Christianity Today article that she links to.) over End of the Spear, and, as Julana commented, also actually reviewed the movie.
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