Candida Moss – Blogging Non-Blogger

You may have already heard the news: Candida Moss has a blog. One of the first things she says on it is that she isn't a blogger. I'm not sure how to make logical sense of that, but we will all surely want to follow her blog to find out! Welcome, Candida, to the blogosphere! [Read More...]

Student Blogging Session at SBL 2013

Here's the information about the session on student blogging and students in the digital age that the Blogger and Online Publication section and the Student Advisory Council are jointly sponsoring: Blogger and Online Publication Student Blogging and Students in the Digital Age Mark Goodacre presiding Jack Collins, University of Virginia Academic Busking: A New Paradigm [Read More...]

SBL Blogger and Online Publication Call for Papers

As I will be taking over as chair of the Blogger and Online Publication Society of Biblical Literature program unit, let me highlight this year’s call for papers. There have been a lot of ways in which blogging has impacted the scholarly realm in recent years, and vice versa. Lots of them deserve to be [Read More...]

The Transition is Complete!

One last remaining aspect of the move from Blogger to Patheos has finally been completed. The archives from the old site are now here, and the old address http://exploringourmatrix.blogspot.com now redirects visitors to the blog’s current location. I would be very grateful if readers could help check that the transfer has gone smoothly by poking [Read More...]

From The Archives

The kind technology people at Patheos are working on getting the archives from the Blogger site moved here. In the mean time, I think I’ll start doing something I did from time to time on the old site as well, namely post something “From the Archives” (which I’ll label as such), an older post which, [Read More...]

FEMA Helps Rescue Millions of Blogs and Comments Caught in Google Blogger Disaster

As people around the country reeled from the collapse of Blogger, FEMA teams quickly sprang into action and, through their quick wits and patient rescue efforts, managed to save comments, posts, and in some cases whole blogs that might otherwise have been lost in the cyber-landslide that afflicted Blogger this past Thursday. Lone FEMA rescue [Read More...]


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