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Week 6: Wrap-up

HTML/CSS & Javascript

This week we deviated from Ruby to dive into HTML/CSS and Javascript. It was pretty straight forward and covered the basics, which was good for morale because I needed to feel like a pro, … 1,297 more words


Is Hidden Figures Science Fiction?

I’ve actually written a longer piece on this film, which is still unfinished and may be unrescuable because of far too many tangents (less obvious ones including Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Alfred Hitchcock’s use of a toilet, and the nasty rightwing Christian ‘Focus on the Family’ group). 1,166 more words


Freethinking Theist (rant)

Recently someone asked on social media if anyone in the group I belong to was an “atheist / agnostic / freethinker.”

When I first heard the term “freethinker” years ago, it was in regard to a college scholarship for atheists. 1,547 more words


Kiln blog: The Norm of Miracles

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Before anyone starts to ask the questions, the answer is mysticism.

We can wrap our answers in reason, but the fundamental issue remains, “Thus saith the Lord” who made all things and determines how reality works. 169 more words


Icebreaker: A viking voyage


An epic adventure based on the award-winning flash game!

An icy wind has swept the Vikings away, leaving them stranded throughout the land and surrounded by trolls, deadly traps, dangerous enemies, and worst of all… troll snot! 129 more words


What the Tortoise Said to Achilles

“What the Tortoise Said to Achilles, written by Lewis Carroll in 1895 for the philosophical journal Mind, is a brief allegorical dialogue on the foundations of logic.”$ 1,360 more words