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Artificial Intelligence as Socio-Cognitive Pollution

Eric Schwitzgebel over at the always excellent Splintered Minds, has been debating the question of how robots—or AI’s more generally—can be squared with our moral sensibilities. 4,551 more words


The Long Run.

I had a 10-mile run on my training plan for tomorrow. Then I showed my plan to Natasha, who is my past and future… 374 more words


Writing and Health: Part Deux

Last weeks post about writing was pretty popular, so I decided to do another post about it and some of its benefits. If you missed last weeks’ post you can click on it here: 708 more words

Blood Pressure

advancing the culture

“Unfortunately, in many cases, the rule book goes way too far – it tries to tell people how to be instead of explaining what we’re trying to do.. 316 more words


What is church?

I recently read an awesome article by Thom Schultz about a church’s obsession with Sunday.  This got me thinking about the relationship of the church with Sunday. 453 more words


Wait, Wait, Don't TELL Me*

If you’ve read any posts on this blog, you know that I’m a big advocate of talking to with your children—even the young ones (though the reasons are different when they are younger).  1,595 more words


Silver Lining Sunday #1-The Way I Want To Live My Life

For me, when I read this, I kept thinking, yup that’s the way I want to live my life.  What do you think as you read this?   7 more words