A few months ago, Macleans ran a piece that sent shivers of terror and guilt down the spines of parents of teenagers everywhere. It was called, “How the smartphone affected […]
As we watch the news and are reminded of the many ills and obsessions of modern society, maybe it is worth considering how the affirmation and worship of a creator – indeed one who receives and absorbs our violence – might shape a different, redemptive response.
Some time ago, IBM’s newest supercomputer named Watson succeeded in defeating two of the all-time most successful human contestants on the popular TV game show Jeopardy! For many, this latest […]
“The robot will never have the ability to believe in something. So perhaps we will have at the end of this revolution a basis for a new human renaissance.” (Klaus […]
I’m not made in the image of a phone. But I do believe I’m made in the image of a loving God, who respects people as people, and objects as objects. And never shall the twain meet.
Sipping coffee along a corner street café, my friend Marty peered over his dark rimmed glasses to make his concluding remarks. “Eventually the music stops each night, everyone goes home, […]
Leon Wieseltier has just written quite an interesting piece for the New York Times. (Just between you and me: it come with juicy gossi… well, context too, for it echoes […]
The unveiling this week of Apple’s smart watch has ignited a huge debate at the tech-world and the internet in general. Many excelent pieces analysing this new technological leap and how […]
There was this funny YouTube video last week. Somebody posted it on Facebook. Or tweeted it. Or something like that. It was very clever and witty and it got all […]
As one of the largest and fastest growing social networks, Twitter has now over 200 million users. The network allows users to communicate messages with a maximum of 140 characters, […]