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BibleTech – March 26-27, 2010 – San Jose, California

Thursday, February 25th, 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 My friends from Logos will be there. Alas, I can’t go this year, but it should be a […]

Open source software and conviviality

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

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?

HuffPost’s new Religion section leads off with an article on Faith and Technology

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

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 […]