Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:
Christianity: A Relevant write says that we shouldn't always say "it's OK," w
Tim Keller has written "Can Evangelicalism Survive Donald Trump and Roy Moore," for The New Yorker. Among other things, Keller offers a short list of characteristics of evangelicals, and points out that
of Christianity, and how this hurts the cause of Christ.
Computing: Gizmo's Freeware reports on a free application that takes screenshots of your computer automatically, every 5 seconds, or at longer intervals. This may help you to remember what you did, or it may help you see if someone unauthorized is using your computer, and what they are doing on it.
Politics: (or something) Listverse gives the terrible stories of people who managed to survive North Korea's prison camps, and escape the country.
National Public Radio reports on how Russian operatives sowed discord in the US, and other countries, through web attacks of various kinds.
David Brooks, of the New York Times, writes a good piece on how to get us back together.
Science: (or photography) The BBC has posted some photos of amazing cloud formations, plus one of a moonbow. Flickr has a Gallery, currently with six photos of moonbows.
Wired compares LED and incandescent Christmas tree lights. (The kind that makes a string of 50 or more lights.)
I thank one of my brothers for suggesting some of these items.
Thanks for looking!
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