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Googling your heart out: What search trends tell us about health & inequality

This article caught my eye the other day – an examination of Google search terms that occur most frequently in particular US states, comparing those in ‘easy living’ to ‘hard living’ states. 392 more words

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Fallen Pitch

2014/08/15

My other project Desolate One is now called Fallen Pitch and has a new web site. Please check it out!  fallenpitch.com

On The Web

Five Principles of the New Sexual and Relational Morality

Today, I guest posted over on The Gospel Coalition website. My post begins:

The sociologist Mark Regnerus recently published a piece for the Witherington Institute’s Public Discourse, suggesting that support for same-sex marriage in some Christian circles correlates to broader shifts in morality surrounding sexuality and relations.

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Designing Worlds visits the Japanese regions to learn how they support new users - now on the web!

The latest episode of Designing Worlds – where we visit the some of the fascinating Japanese regions on the grid to discover how they are tackling the question of the new user experience and Second Life retention – is now on the web. 300 more words

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Creating A Hashtag Campaign That Works

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In a recent article by Michael Leis, a senior VP of social strategy for a digital brand agency, he outlines four important things for a given brand to keep in mind when using a hashtag campaign. 325 more words

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The Loss of Pastoral Credibility in the Age of the Internet

The Internet has introduced a new level of visibility to areas of our social life, exposing certain uncomfortable realities. Rod Dreher recently wrote a perceptive and troubling piece… 1,433 more words

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