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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Sunspots 169

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:

Scott Uselman has posted some good advice for husbands. (It's serious, too.)

From an article on Einstein , a statement about his job in the patent office: ". . . this supposedly menial position that a world uncomprehending of Einstein’s genius forced him to settle for actually worked to his advantage. Ascending the career ladder at a university might well have stifled creativity rather than encouraged it; senior professors don’t appreciate it when their junior colleagues overturn the accepted order of the universe."

Chuck Colson has argued that the Bible teaches that government must be limited. Henry Neufeld disagrees, and gives some good reasons for doing so.

This isn't exactly politics, but I have no category for a heart-warming story on raising the status of the "untouchables" of India . From CNN.

A reflection on the attitude of C. S. Lewis on technology, based on a remark of Lewis in a letter to Arthur C. Clarke, no less.

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