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Read Steve Timmis’ comments about “missional communities”becoming trendy and what we might should call them instead.
Browse this list of five fonts to avoid.
Read the surprising raves for the Ford Fusion.
Read as Barna considers how technology fuels the generation gap.
Read as Christianity Today considers the patriarchy movement.
Read Paste‘s review of Morrissey’s latest.
Read about Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak’s venture into solid-state drives.
Wade through the political mudslinging when it comes to what is and isn’t true about the stimulus package.
Read Christianity Today’s recent interview with Louie Giglio, including Passion City Church, which we recently planted with Matt Redman and Chris Tomlin.
Read this piece arguing that Twitter is as good or bad as you make it. This piece is particularly recommended for you who say: “I don’t care what you’re doing.”
Read Wired‘s interview with Pitchfork editor-in-chief Scott Plagenhoef.
Read the New York Times’ inteview with Leonard Cohen about his recent tour.
NPR is streaming Neko Case’s wonderful Middle Cyclone album, due March 3.
Read the New York Times’ piece on the Kindle 2.
Download the Morning Benders Daytrotter session.
Read this piece examining the economy’s impact on used bookstores.
Browse this list of recommended books on understanding culture from Ken Myers.
Read John Piper’s thoughts on “Disciplined Duty vs. Legalism.”
Read about the Octuplets mother being offered $1M porn contract.