Tech & Gaming

Facebook Overtakes Google as Most-visited Website

Facebook became the most visited site on the Internet last week, surpassing Google. Analysts believe…

Excuse Me, Did You Pay for That?

Jonathan Merritt takes a look at the new culture of free for RELEVANT, examining its plusses and minuses.

What About the MacWomen?

So everyone’s pretty much agreed Steve Jobs has injected a huge dose of creativity into…

In Defense of Facebook

Jessica Misener writes a column for RELEVANT defending Facebook and other social networking.

Lighten Up with Flash Mobs

Alyce Gilligan writes a column for RELEVANT takes a look at the phenomenon of flash mobs like Improv Everywhere.

Why Music Should Be Free

RELEVANT looks at the culture of free and how it impacts the music industry—and how downloading for free might be good for consumers and artists.

Video Game Religions

What do our favorite video games say about video games and faith? Nicholas Vargus looks at this topic in a blog for RELEVANT.

Twitter: What’s It Doing to Us?

Since last year, Twitter has managed to grow by 700 percent. The social networking micro-blogging…

How Video Games Taught Me About God

First we need a way for people to talk. We’ll add a chat window so…

Avatars and Incarnation

The promise of a new identity and a fresh start has attracted a “population” of…

YouTube Puts Faith on Display

Earlier this year, a group of atheists who labeled themselves “The Rational Response Quad” posed…

Inside Gaming: Religious Themes

No matter what you believe, it is hard to walk away from viewing Mel Gibson’s…

Google Teams with Non-Profits

Google Earth Outreach is a partnership program that allows nonprofit organizations and charities to utilize…

Changes Are Here

We’re excited to tell you about some new changes to RELEVANTmagazine.com. Since its initial launch,…

Inside Gaming

As an on-air host, producer and writer in the industry, I’m fortunate enough to travel…

Filler Upload

Highways are infrastructure. They are constructions that connect things, and they serve no purpose unless…

Online Article

The Internet is said to be a revolution in communication, breaking down the pesky walls…

The Dark Side of the iPod Age

Few things in the world rival the power and uniqueness of music. It has been…

Addicted to MySpace

I’ve been having trouble beating my addiction. I’ve tried and tried, but it seems like…

Taming the Technology Trap

The campus that had seemed so empty only a month ago is now filled with…

Podcasting—Taking On Radio

Got a lot to say but can’t find anyone who cares to listen? Wish you…

Impersonal Internet

I have a love-hate relationship with the Internet. I’m a confessed blogaholic, IM user, Google…

The Revolution Will Be Downloaded

The first blow of the media revolution has been struck. The unlikely revolutionary is a…

Information Overload

That’s staggering when you think about it. At this rate (and it shows no signs…

How To Stay Safe Online

The Internet can be a wonderful tool. You can make websites, talk on message boards,…

Golden Rules For Cell Phone Users

When the Looney Tunes theme song starts blaring in the middle of a crucial scene…

Considering Cell Phones

Those considering joining the rest of civilization in owning a cell phone, and those thinking…

Spam Rage

Charles Booher was fed up with spam. The Silicon Valley computer programmer said he was…

Summer Computer Games

So you’re not a kid, and you don’t have the whole summer off. That’s no…

The Electronic Bible

“Please open your Bibles to the Gospel of John, chapter 3, and follow along with…

Man Vs. Phone

I stood frozen in the aisle, enraptured by the gizmos and gadgets built into these…