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Bluebook Revision Wars

From the Washington Post, Feb. 9, 2016:

“War is brewing over the most boring piece of intellectual property imaginable: the “Bluebook,” the 580-page quasi-authoritative source of proper legal citation formats published by the Harvard Law Review, described by Adam Liptak of the New York Times a few months ago as “a comically elaborate thicket of random and counterintuitive rules about how to cite judicial decisions, law review articles and the like is both grotesque and indispensable. 23 more words

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5 Things You Should Know About Millennials

To read the original article visit http://www.eofire.com/millennial-entrepreneurs/ 

By Allysia Lowe

Millennials are having a bit of a tough go of it, aren’t they?

Every day another critique of their “lackadaisical” attitudes or self-obsessed strategies shows up, but I feel that we’ve been approaching the problem, as my mom would say it, “bass ackwards” (you can figure that one out for yourself). 881 more words

Articles Of Interest

Call for papers: Smoke ecology/technology

Some of you may know that one of my (Marnie Light’s) favourite topics of research is related to the effects of plant-derived smoke on seed germination. 232 more words


Christ-Oriented Giving: "Taking up the Collection" or "Whole-Hearted Devotion to Jesus?"

During research, I stumbled upon a 1978 letter written by Jack Miller to the New Life Budget Committee.

When is the last time you heard of a pastor writing to a budget committee period, much less saying, “We local pastors and others here may not get paid sometimes”? 2,027 more words

Personal Reflections

The Complicated Relationship Between The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion Strikes Again

You have all probably heard from multiple sources that when the Primates met at Canterbury last week they ‘suspended’ the Episcopal Church from fully participating in activities of the Anglican Communion for the next three years. 943 more words


7 Benefits of Exercising Outside This Winter

Let’s face it — it’s tough to find the motivation to exercise outside these days. During the work week, sometimes both legs of our daily commutes are completed in utter darkness. 57 more words