With the positive things dealt with over the last 2 days, it's now a good time to give the basic rules for the (now fully moderated) comments section. I get to choose whether or not I post your comments. I reserve the right to edit your comment (usually if your ideas are worthwhile, but you're … Continue reading A Word on (comment) Etiquette
Technology: Honda releases a new hydrogen car for commercial production. Sports: Canada Day will be a nightmare in Harbour Grace as the Stanley Cup visits. Christianity: David Limbaugh recommends an apologetics book by Ravi Zacharias. More Tech: Angry in the Great White North reports on oil from (less ancient) biological sources.
Cloth Car: We begin with a product promotion for BMW's new concept. I don't know if I want a car that needs dry-cleaning though. Games: Is Sudoku too addictive? Archeology: What seems to be an ancient Church building is found in Jordan.
History: The "Vinegar Bible" is unveiled at a Church in Nova Scotia. Geekdom: The iphone 2 is expected to be announced today. er, um, law?!?: Apparently tribunals in Canada and the UK believe that it's discriminatory for religious (Christian) organizations that receive government funding to discriminate based on religion. Rapture e-mail: I'm not a premillenialist, … Continue reading Online Reading (June 9, 2008)
History: They're digging at stonehenge again (and why can I net help thinking of the Spinal Tap song) Techie stuff: Soon cell phones will be able to tell where you are. Philosophy: Ever wonder how ideas about mind and body are practical? Culture: Is the Darwin fish an example of religious intolerance?