Archive for February, 2010
Come explore the intersection of Bible study and technology. This two-day conference is designed for publishers, programmers, webmasters, educators, bloggers and anyone interested in using technology to improve Bible study. For information and to register, visit http://www.bibletechconference.com. My friends from Logos will be there. Alas, I can’t go this year, but it should be a […]
I contributed to an online symposium that was convened to respond to an article by Brian Janaszek on open source software and conviviality. Here is our response: Fee or free, people or profit?
The Huffington Post, recognizing what a vital role religion plays in culture, politics, and life, has launched a Religion section today. One of the inaugural articles is “Finding the Spirituality in New Media” by Steven Barrie-Anthony, a Ph.D. student in Religious Studies at UC Santa Barbara, and former features writer for the LA Times, where […]