I read a lot. I have a lot of interests. The internet is good/bad for this. I decided to document the tabs that are open right now in my Chrome window.
- Google Reader: comics, tech, and bicycle folders.
- A release about a book on Money in the Bible described by the author as a “book as Doctrine-meets-Dave Ramsey.”
- An interview with Tyler Farrar (professional cyclist) from an event in Portland.
- Media use in the Church: “This is why we do video.”
- Dean Kamen’s TED Talk on Inventing and Giving (which I’ve seen before but I think he’s brilliant and wanted to watch again, and someone tweeted about it).
- A podcast interview with musician Derek Webb.
- “An Introduction to Using Patterns in Web Design” in preparation for a few projects.
- Ryan Singer’s personal site, who works for 37Signals, and talks about UI and design and such. General brainfood.
- Individual Stewardship in relation to Biblical giving, and a discussion of gratitude vs greed.
- Story of a new church plant, interesting because I’ve been a part of a few.
- 27 Questions to ask your New [RPG] Character, for us D&D nerds.
- Researched Communicycle, a non-profit bicycle co-op in Georgia.
- Rebuilding New Orleans with better Transportation, discussing issues and options as the city keeps rebuilding and revitalizing.
- Eric Berlow shows how embracing complexity can actually lead us to the simplest solutions. #tedtalk
- Essential Web Design Advice From a Wireframing Master, Travis Isaacs.
- Adobe Lightroom Plug-ins, for fun and profit.
- Why there are so few Design Founders, which sounds boring but also interesting and insightful.
- Nina Dudnik at PopTech, talking about getting unused lab equipment to needy labs in developing countries.