Hello and welcome to the new faces I see drifting in! Congratulations on finding your way to my shop of digital castoffs and curios. What’s that? Yes, things have been a bit more…unpredictable around here lately. Hope you understand, I’ll be here as often as I can. Now, let’s use the time wisely. I’ve got a fine selection of everyday wonders, as well as a few I’m reserving for the most discerning eyes. Happy browsing, curious friends!
But let’s be fair. Take a link, drop a link. The comments are open. Fill the bazaar with your choicest and weirdest futuristic finds before I pack the stall up for a while. Good to see you again, friends.
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A Calming One: Digital Gardens
There is so much to love about this perspective on collecting, ordering, and displaying knowledge on the internet. Even the language we use changes the way we create and shape things with our tools. How might your time absorbing and producing information change if you stopped thinking about “feeds” and started creating a garden?
A Ministry One:
Do we really believe what Jesus means when he tells us that we will be his witnesses even to the ends of the earth? …if so, we must act is if Christ's command absolutely extends to the internet. He is Lord over all, and all includes the algorithms.
Broxton has emerged recently as a commanding new voice in the curious corner of the internet world that we inhabit. I simply cannot allow you to miss his counterintuitive explanations of the differences and similarities between physical and digital work. For those of you focused on church ministry, his Substack is going to become a mandatory follow.