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The Curiosity Index (Digital life edition)

After (yet another) unscheduled pause in writing I’m not going to be making any promises about regularity. If I can make it happen, great, if not well I’ll show up again here sometime. Writing may not have been happening but the collecting of links never ends. Today we’re looking at articles that help us think through our use of social media and organising our digital lives. What is the real problem with social media? And how should we respond? Tyler Cowen: “Online life is inducing us to invest less in…

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The Curiosity Index (18.04.2018)

A hole in the sky One of the dangers for us, as charismatic Christians, is that our equivalent of the Temple is our Sunday worship service. People need to “come” to encounter God. That’s where the hole in heaven is – over our meeting. And for people that can access our Sunday meetings, this is fine. We must invite them and see them saved and added. But what about all the people who cannot come, who do not come, who will not come? Invitational evangelism is insufficient to reach our Jerusalem, never mind our Samaria and the Ends…

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The Curiosity Index (Productivity Edition)

Happy New Year. I hope the coming year will be fulfilling, satisfying, stretching and well…however you define good. As it’s the start of a new year we are as usual overflowing with resolute determination that this year will be different and that this year we will crack the code of being happy, productive and well-adjusted. With that in mind here are some articles that might help. Best of luck. The Ultimate Guide to Personal Productivity Methods How to be more productive in 2018 The best life hacks to make 2018…

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How not to be a slave to technology

I don’t know that I’m necessarily the right person to write this. I spend far too many of my waking hours sitting in front of a screen. I am a learner though, actively engaged in figuring out what technology is, how it shapes us and how we can live well with it. So with those goals in mind, here are four simple steps to stop being a slave to technology: Step One: Stop Acting Like Technology Holds You Hostage Here’s Trevin Wax: So enough with the silly idea that every technological advance is set in…

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