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Don’t Conduct The Autopsy Until The Technology Is Dead

Every few days, it seems that I get an e-mail from some tech company talking about what killed the hard drive.  The biggest problem with these e-mails is not the murderous glee with which the pitchmen talk about how they … Continue reading

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Book Review: Answering The Toughest Questions About Suffering And Evil

Answering The Toughest Questions About Suffering And Evil, by Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz With Christopher Greer [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Bethany House Books.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] For a long time … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Study Of History And Sociology

The Study Of History And Sociology, by Frank W. Blackmar In reading this long-forgotten book, collected from a series of lectures from an early 20th century professor of history at the University of Kansas, of all places, it is pretty … Continue reading

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Book Review: Physics: A Short History

Physics:  A Short History:  From Quintessence To Quarks, by J.L. Heilbron For the most part, this book is an excellent and somewhat high-level look at the larger patterns of the history of physics from ancient Greece to today.  Yet there … Continue reading

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Book Review: Yes, God Is A Mathematician

Yes, God Is A Mathematician:  The World’s Most Ancient Mystery:  The Secret Of Vedas Cracked, by Dhanesh Kumar M. [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Books Go Social.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This was … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Potential Principle

The Potential Principle, by Mark Sanborn [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Nelson Books.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] While it is not too uncommon to encounter self-help books that seek to encourage the reader … Continue reading

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How Every Nathan Albright Blog Is Written

Yesterday I was chatting with a friend of mine about the various random YouTube videos we like to watch, and my friend suggested a user named John Fassold, who has an entertaining series on how various bands and musicians write … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Life-Changing Manga Of Tidying Up

The Life-Changing Manga Of Tidying Up:  A Magical Story, by Marie Kondo [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Blogging For Books/Ten Speed Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This is the sort of book that … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Ethical World-Conception Of The Norse People

The Ethical World-Conception Of The Norse People, by Andrew Peter Fors As someone with a bit of Scandinavian heritage and a great deal of interest in the history and culture of the area [1], I found this to be an … Continue reading

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In Praise Of Complexity

In this world it is easy to find those who praise or who long for simplicity.  Most of us live lives of great and intense complexity, and there is a longing for a simple life, for fewer choices and less … Continue reading

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