- Couple interesting Apples patents in the last couple weeks. A camera hidden behind display (to solve the awkward photobooth pictures of looking down from the lens to see yourself on the screen) and some hints at sweet GPS app action for the iPhone.
- Beautiful pictures of Moscow. One in particular is a shot of the moon that reminded me of a dream that I had years ago (Except the moon was 2-3x bigger).
- An interesting church that a coworker attends: The Trinity Project.
- The next book for the "What if everyone in Oregon read the same book?" project:
Stubborn Twig: Three Generations in the Life of a Japanese American Family
- How 5 Everyday Businesses Trick You. Equip yourself against the subconscious assaults of consumerism.
- Looks like Arizona State University beat PSU to the punch with their Global Institute of Sustainability. All the same, this is the graduate program I am looking into at PSU: Leadership in Ecology, Culture, and Learning.
- Robotic Dancing Competition of 1983 in the UK:
- You given the Athanasian Creed a read recently?
- The sweetest book shelves you've ever seen, trust me you will just have to click the link and see for yourself.
- There was a very interesting segment I heard on NPR concerning a copyright on the name Monster. It struck me so because it seems even the church can't interact with such civility. The power of engaging in a genuine dialog and learning you are both human beings.
- This is a post that was written over 2 years ago by one of my favorite bloggers. It is as relevant as ever: We Need a Gospel That Speaks to Failure. It sparked a response from the InternetMonk and another after a recent news piece on Ted Haggard. All three are well worth the read.
- Who ever thought you could play the Ocarina on a cell phone. Granted, the iPhone is still proving to redefine the cellphone. Check out this compilation of songs recorded with the ocarina app.
Monday, January 19, 2009
It's that time again, my tab bar is busting at it's seams: