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Social Media in an English Village, by Daniel Miller Digital habits reveal the delicate dance between our public and private selves,

Social Media in an English Village, by Daniel Miller Digital habits reveal the delicate dance between our public and private selves,

OTER: About the Journal of Reading Education

OTER: About the Journal of Reading Education

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Cover image for Vol.

Technology and Religion | Templeton Press

Technology and Religion: Remaining Human in a Co-created World (Templeton Science and Religion Series) Used Book in Good Condition

Journal of Adult Theological Education

Journal of Analytic Theology

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François Picard on Twitter: ""I'm marching but I'm conscious of the confusion and hypocrisy of the situation."

moorewr: “ taikonaut: “ “I’m marching but I’m conscious of the confusion and hypocrisy of the situation.” [x] ” This is the most French thing I’ve ever seen.

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Wikipedia is a paradox and a miracle—a crowdsourced encyclopedia that has become the default destination for nonessential information. That it has survived almost 15 years and remained the top Google result for a vast number of searches is a testament to the impressive vision of founder Jimmy Wales and the...

Wikipedia Is a Rancorous, Sexist, Elitist, Stupidly Bureaucratic Mess. Can It Be Fixed?

David Auerbach, "Encyclopedia Frown: Wikipedia is amazing. But it’s become a rancorous, sexist, elitist, stupidly bureaucratic mess." From Slate Magazine.

Using footage from NASA's Johnson Space Center, filmmaker Fede Castro creates a captivating time-lapse video of Earth from space.

Using footage from NASA's Johnson Space Center, filmmaker Fede Castro creates a captivating time-lapse video of Earth from space. (See the video at the website- worth it!

Journal of Youth and Theology | Brill

Journal of Youth and Theology

In 1984, performance artist Charlie Schmidt manipulated the paws of his   tabby Fatso, so that it appeared as if the cat was playing the keyboard. He uploaded the video to YouTube in 2007. Two years later, it became a sensation when Brad O'Farrell posted a mashup of a man falling down an escalator with the cat, entitled "Play him off, Keyboard Cat" (akin to giving someone the hook for a bad performance). Keyboard Cat is on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and has a website, blog, and a meme…

Keyboard Cat

Keyboard Cat: This internet meme features Fatso the cat, owned by Charlie Schmidt of Spokane. Schmidt made the video in 1984 and uploaded it to the internet in

BuzzFeed To Withdraw From SXSW Over Canceled Gaming Panels - BuzzFeed News - because SxSW "can't provide security" for the anti-harassment people. And because they have a false equivalence of the anti-harassers and the harassers. SUCKS.

To Withdraw From SXSW Over Canceled Gaming Panels

16 Tips From The Depression Era That Are Actually Life Hacks

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