For some reason, the subject of women and technology seems to have come to the fore today. First, I got a comment on an entry in my other blog about women and technology, which gave me a heads up on some very good blogging going on about the topic. Ethan Zuckerman (I need to read that blog more) had a great post about gender and ICT.
Obviously, one of the primary things that has been on my mind over the last few months, and, indeed, the last couple of years of this seminary journey, has been the relationship between my spirituality and my vocation (or avocation – the ways I spend most of my time.)
Well, the next couple of months or so are going to be slow blogging months. First off, I have two final papers due – the only assignments for my two classes this semester. I'm looking forward to writing them. One of them, for “Psychology of Religion” is going to be a fictitious email exchange between C.G. Jung and Julian of Norwich.
OK, so it's bad enough that people are lining up for days to get these consoles. But getting shot? Apparently, violence has erupted at many spots where new Playstations are being sold.
What's up with that? I guess where money and desire are, violence may follow. But it just seems so, well, pointless.
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For some reason I can't quite figure out, I'm a little obsessed by Ted Haggard. I read lots of news items and then blog posts about the whole situation. I've seen the videos of him, and Mike Jones. At odd times of the day I'll think about what his life is like right now. I feel sad and feel compassion for what he is going through now as America's current most famous fallen Christian. His life is a complete mess.
… this I was waiting to blog about (George 'macaca' Allen conceeded). The elections are done, and the fallout has begun. Everyone expected the Democrats to take the House. Everyone thought that the Dems would at best get to 50/50, leaving the Republicans in control. But, in fact, the Dems now have both.
This is going to be a very interesting two years.