Tagged: Technology

Federal Communications Commission Set To Vote On Net Neutrality 2

This Is (One of Many Reasons) Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

You may have heard: today, the Federal Communications Commission¬†SAVED TEH INTERWEBZ! The open internet finally got the protection it deserves from profit-hungry cable companies. The FCC just approved the strongest set of net neutrality rules in this country’s history, punctuating a years-long battle for this future of the internet. However,...

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Geeks Can’t Handle Change

We all know that already, but it’s amazing to see it every year when something new comes out. This time it’s how the whole internet seems to be collectively losing its shit over the Xbox One. Well, not the whole internet. Actual tech writers and reviewers seem to understand that...

No. 7: The Golden City 1

No. 7: The Golden City

Back in 2005 I was wandering through Borders and saw a cover that caught my eye. That’s how I usually buy books. Every once in a while I pick based on a recommendation or name recognition, but usually there’s just something about the cover or title that piques my curiosity...

The Pace of Change or “I hate being wrong” 1

The Pace of Change or “I hate being wrong”

Over the last few months I’ve heard and read time and again that “things are changing more rapidly than they ever have before.” I wasn’t buying. In my mind there were just too many things that are the same as they were 50 and 100 years ago. We still use...

The Technological Era 2

The Technological Era

We make a lot of assumptions about life, and about progress. Many of them are due simply to the fact that we’ve never lived at any other time. All we know is what we’ve lived, and what we’ve read, and really, there’s not much hope of objectively – or even...

Technology in Education 2

Technology in Education

Christian universities are competing with, and even outperforming others when it comes to technological innovation and integration into the classroom. But is there a cost associated with this advancement? How can we make sure that the technology in our future doesn’t stall the ingenuity of our present?