When it comes to driving music, to each their own. It’s been a source of friction on family vacations and buddy road trips for as long as there have been stereos in cars to fight over. But now there’s a new study, led by Dr. Simon Moore from the London Metropolitan University, that can help make those choices a little bit easier—that is, if you want to drive safely. Read More
You hear that? The crisp collision of white ash and cowhide. The staccato snap of well-oiled leather. These are the sounds that begin, ever so quietly at first, just as we shake away the frost of another winter.
Another baseball season is upon us.
And count me among those who believe, quite strongly, that baseball transcends the common earthly realm of sport. It’s more than a game of ingenious design. It’s more than a symbolic renewal of springtime hope and summer frolic. It is, my friends, life. Read More
Recently I found myself leading an impromptu Bible study with some unchurched people. They were in their twenties, so at thirty-four years old, I was the old guy. That didn’t feel too good, but apparently my years of experience convinced them I had everything figured out about life, marriage, God and happiness. So I ran with that.
Part of me wishes I could say that I delivered a flawless theological discourse that proved beyond doubt the basic tenets of the Christian faith. But I’m not that smart.
Instead, I spoke on John 3:16. Read More
Dr. Hannah Gay, a University of Mississippi Medical Center pediatrician and former Ethiopian missionary, made global headlines for “functionally” curing a two-year-old of HIV. They say “functionally,” because Dr. Gay and her colleagues eradicated the virus to the point where it can no longer be detected in her blood, meaning it no longer requires treatment. The jury’s out right now on whether or not this was a one-time miracle, but it’s virtually unprecedented and very exciting. Read More
The technology makes its commercial debut. But what is it actually capable of?
Recent months 3-D printers have broken into the mainstream, providing wizard-like services to anyone who wants them. But temper your expectations—3-D printing is still in its humblest beginnings. Before you invest a couple thousand dollars on one, here’s a realistic look at what the early models can realistically create.
Nintendo Game Cartridges
They’ll be purely decorative, but the real ones only worked about half the time anyway. Read More