10 Awesome Websites to Waste Your Time On

A few of the best virtual tours, games and art tools from around the Internet. Read More

Mark Zuckerberg Wants Every Earthling Online

And the Facebook founder knows how to make it happen

At this point, it might feel like Mark Zuckerberg has digitally connected the entire world. Facebook has about 1.35 billion users—about 20 percent of the world’s population. But that’s not enough for Zuckerberg, who has set his sights on a new goal: total global connectivity. Read More

We Need to Relearn to Be Present

When we fill every still moment in our lives with digital distraction, we change the way God designed us to live. Read More

If a new report in The Wall Street Journal is true, than the Internet as we all know it could be changing—and not in favor of users. According to their report, the FCC is planning on restructuring the “Net Neutrality” rules that currently prohibit Internet providers from essentially discriminating content, giving some "preferential treatment" for higher fees. As this story in The Huffington Post explains, “If such rules were imposed, activists fear Internet service providers would make bandwidth-exhaustive websites—think Netflix and Skype—pay more for smoother delivery, which would theoretically mean higher prices for customers in turn.” Though the rules would still make it illegal for providers to censor or block certain sites, in the world of media conglomerations where online outlets have corporate connections to providers (AOL and Time Warner for example), it’s also conceivable that select websites would be delivered at faster speeds (on “fast lanes”) than competitors, though this information would have to be disclosed ... Discuss

In a troubling new survey featured in the recent documentary Porn: What's the Harm?, the BBC found that one in every four young people said they had seen Internet pornography by the age of 12. The researchers polled about 1,000 young people and also found that one third of them first encountered porn accidentally “either through searching for something else, a misleading link, or on social media.” Half of all of those surveyed said that viewing sexually explicit material online changed their own expectations of sex. The ministry xxxChurch offers resources and even online tools for those struggling with addiction to pornography ... Discuss