- Do e-readers inhibit reading comprehension? evidence from laboratory experiments, polls and consumer reports indicates that modern screens and e-readers fail to adequately recreate certain tactile experiences of reading on paper that many people miss and, more importantly, prevent people from navigating long texts in an intuitive and satisfying way. In turn, such navigational difficulties may subtly inhibit reading comprehension.
- Why the Sermon Is Not Enough: even faithful attendees of weekly worship can overestimate what our attendance accomplishes, particularly if our weekly investment in learning Scripture begins and ends with listening to a sermon.
- A Final Wrap-Up: Doug Wilson and Thabiti Anyabwile finish up their discussion of race, theology and politics with a nice summary of what they accomplished and where they still differ.
- You’ll Probably Never Upload Your Mind into a Computer: Many futurists predict that one day we’ll upload our minds into computers, where we’ll romp around in virtual reality environments. That’s possible — but there are still a number of thorny issues to consider. Here are eight reasons why your brain may never be digitized.
Just for Fun
- I’m not a big fan of putting clothes on dogs, but these Star Wars Costumes for Dogs are fabulous!