Book: The Last Word and the Word after That: A Tale of Faith, Doubt, and a New Kind of Christianity The third book in the New Kind of Christian trilogy (I’ve already read A New Kind of Christian and The Story We Find Ourselves In) takes an odd turn – it changes the name of […]
The scariest pricing idea ever. That works.
Do you know all 10 of these iPhone tricks?
(If you like the look of the above, you could move there and take over a cafe). I’m just back from a relaxed few days staying (mostly) away from constant internet access. I’ve come back to over 400 unread RSS items, thousands of lost tweets and only tens of unread emails. It was good to […]
If you’re trying to come up with some technological solutions to reading the bible, you might like to try this post on a custom bible reading plan.
Book: The Story We Find Ourselves In. The second book in the “New Kind of Christian” trilogy by Brian McLaren. The first book – A New Kind of Christian – introduces the characters, and delivers a stack of different doctrinal ideas, many of which have been picked up by a range of people who have […]
Mecca Espresso Coffee. With only one other restaurant between it and the water, this is a great spot to have a leisurely breakfast and take in some ocean air. Worth noting that it has been completely refurbished, and ownership has changed over since my last review here. The new chef is from Danks St Depot, […]
Little Billy’s Letters to famous and infamous people suggests that when children write letters, adults tend to give responsible advice.
I’ve heard NPR explain this in an hour a couple of times, but nothing compares to the GFC explained succinctly by Jon Stewart (scrub through to 4:20 on the video; it’s a little over 6 minutes long).
Movie: Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang Not necessarily my first choice of film from what’s out at the cinema, but this was the agreed film choice, and Kermode liked it, so I thought I’d give it a try. Sadly, I felt one of the major cast members – Maggie Gyllenhaal – was miscast as […]