A La Carte is running a little bit late today because I was recording a podcast. Busy day! Stay tuned a few minutes from now and I’ll also be posting an interview with John MacArthur.
Don’t Call it a Comeback – The Jude 3 Project has the first review I’ve seen of the book I contributed to. “Don’t Call it a Comeback is a uniquely accessible and entertaining theology text. That’s right, it is probably the theology text with the overall coolest title in the history of Christian publishing!”
Behind the Wheel – Andree Seu: “My son who lives in the heart of Philly says it’s no good now with everybody packing a cell phone and moving their lips as they walk down the street alone: ‘You can’t tell who the crazies are anymore.’”
Custom Domain Suffixes – This article deals with a new development on the Web and one that actually has very far-reaching implications. “The pillar of the basic Web address – the trusty .com domain – is about to face vast new competition that will dramatically transform the Web as we know it. New Web sites, with more subject-specific, sometimes controversial suffixes, will soon populate the online galaxy, such as .eco, .love, .god, .sport, .gay or .kurd.”
A New Kind of False Intimacy – This blogger suggests that Facebook offers us a new kind of false intimacy.
Please Don’t Use Google! – Andy Unedited wants writers to stop using Google. “Why should writers and speakers stop using Google as a supposed source of statistical authority? Much like using dictionary definitions…” You’ll have to click the link to read his reasons.
The seven ages of man: spills, drills, thrills, bills, ills, pills, wills.—Richard J. Needham