July 30, 2004 | Leave a comment

Signed up for Vonage today. If you have broadband, this is a VERY affordable way to replace your phone service, and it works great.

spirit of the disciplines

July 30, 2004 | Leave a comment

I finished reading The Spirit of the Discplines by Dallas Willard. It was recommended to me about 12 years ago and has been sitting on my bookshelf since — feel kind of foolish for not reading it before. It is very much in the vein of The Divine Conspiracy, which is no surprise since they […]


July 27, 2004 | 2 Comments

Tivo recorded a brand new episode of MythBusters tonight! First new episode I’ve seen in several months. I think this show entertains me more than anything else on TV — I just haven’t figured out if that says something good or something alarming about me.

something from nothing

July 26, 2004 | Leave a comment

Nothing Sacred by Douglas Rushkoff has given me lots to ponder in the last few days since finishing it. This is the second time I’ve referenced it, though probably not the last. Throughout the book, he comments on that fact that religion has come to a place that focuses too much on experts who impart […]

prayer and the art of a book bargain

July 26, 2004 | Leave a comment

I read Prayer and the Art of Volkswagen Maintenance by Donald Miller a few weeks ago. If you liked

why subvergence?

July 25, 2004 | 2 Comments

Hmm…reasons to name a website subvergence… (there is truth in each of these!) 1) Because it has kind of a catchy ring to it, and it was available. 2) Because subversive and emergence are catchy little buzzwords these days, so why not combine them into one word and get double the catch and buzz! 3) […]