Don’t forget these internet sins next time you go to confession (shared from First Things): Bless me, Father, for I have sinned; it has been one day since my last confession. Three times I participated in an argument about trigger warnings. Each time I swore it was my last. Once I replied “lol i’m not […]
How to use store check-out technology the right way:
The program for the McLuhan’s Faith and Works conference is now available. Click here to download.
Seven Vices of the Virtual Life: Unintended Spiritual Consequences of Digital Media ORGANIZED BY Apple Valley Presbyterian Church 2015 Summer Lecture on the Christian & Culture An evening lecture with Dr. Read Schuchardt of Wheaton College that addresses the intersection of core Christian commitments with the broader cultural instincts of consuming digital media. 6:00pm – […]
Technology has hijacked family dinnertime. So to help bring families together for dinner, Dolmio created the Pepper Hacker. It cracks pepper, shuts down TVs, wipes out WiFi and disables mobile devices. Watch their experiment reclaim family dinnertime.
Please join the CCSN and Dr. Paul Soukup, S.J, Santa Clara University, for an upcoming webinar titled “A Media Ecology of Theology,” on Tuesday, March 24, 8-9 pm EST. This webinar is free and open to the public. Dr. Soukup has explored the connections between communication and theology since 1982. His many publications include Mass […]
“I started to photograph people in company on their phones as there was a certain symmetry to them and it appealed on a visual level, but as I continued I noticed an inherent sadness to the proceedings,” writes Babycakes Romero, in his short introduction to his photo essay titled “The Death of Conversation.” He compares […]
We mentioned earlier in the year that Read Schuchardt would be speaking as part of Christ Community Church’s TrendingNow Series. Here is the video from his presentation. In it, Dr. Schuchardt analyzes the so-called “better quality of life” provided by technology in the post-digital-explosion age. Are we really improving quality of life through technology? He proposes […]