Grieving in a Social Media World

Over at Christianity Today, Ken Morefield writes about how to grieve in a social media world: As I advanced in years, my peers began catching up to me in terms of being initiated with grief, but my head start always seemed to give me an advantage at avoiding the really big mistakes we all make when [Read More...]

Technology Bits: Social Media Curation through Milq and a Mayor Uses Instagram

Technology Bits

Social Media Curation through Milq Overwhelmed by the disarray of social media? Looking for some way to make sense of the mess? Help may be on the way. Ben Sisario of the New York Times reports on the beta release of Milq: How can users separate the essential content from the utterly disposable? How can [Read More...]

Microsoft VP Announces the End of the PC

As Microsoft completed its purchase of Nokia Devices and Services, Stephen Elop, former Nokia CEO and now executive vice president of the Devices Group at Microsoft, weighed in on the end of the PC: “The vast majority of people do not have, nor will they ever have a personal computer,” Elop said. “They haven’t been [Read More...]

Information and Contemplation – Teaching Students How to Unplug

Do we need to teach college students how to unplug? Is this a good use of their educational time, not to mention tuition money? David Levy, a professor in the Information School at the University of Washington says “Yes,” according to a recent article in USA Today. In “Prof tackles tech distractions one student at [Read More...]


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