You knew that already, but I just wanted to point to some examples:
- I can keep up with some friends who are writing about interesting things, like Rick’s “Credo-Baptist Apologies” and his look at Judges “Through Literary Eyes” and Joel’s series on “A Theology of Space Travel.”
- I and some friends have been able to interact with two authors on subjects that I’ve referred to: Frank Koller on Lincoln Electric’s remarkable treatment of its employees and Rick Richman on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
I’ve been reading Nicholas Carr’s The Shallows that describes how the Internet is changing the way that we think (which raises some important concerns), which I will post about soon. But for now I’m just going to celebrate the amazing opportunities that the Internet offers for learning and connection.