Once upon a time there was a book. We do not know where she came from, or how she grew to be what she was; one doesn’t know about books, only that, well, there they are—or at least, that we ourselves confronted in what we feel to be a bookish way when we are in their presence. And the sense of being so confronted is so strong in this case that we will skip Stanley Fish and say, again but with more conviction, once upon a time there was a book.
Observations and arabesques is a new blog - and looks like it's worth adding to the rss reader. He has a great post on 'The basis and results of a christian philosophy'. He maintains that the Christian philosopher must be a generalist, a poet and a good communicator.
Evangelicals and the environment a podcast with Gregg Allison [HT Tim Challies]
How to replace windows with Ubuntu [HT lifehack]. My son has been running Ubuntu and he loves it.
Greg Veltman on the Next Philip K Dick novel to be made into a film