The Jesus Blog: The Testimonium Flavianum, Eusebius, and Consensus (Guest Post) – Olson
In this post, I’ll try to make clear why I am skeptical toward common scholarly claims about what an early Christian writer would or would not have written in a brief passage about Jesus.
Native Ads Are The Worst Idea In The World – NYTimes Is Clueless -SVW
Native advertising is the world’s worst idea and I can’t believe the New York Times management is so gullible and clueless in agreeing to its publication. Gullible — because they were talked into giving away their hard won position as the nation’s top newspaper by marketing people looking for short-term gains. Clueless — because they can’t see the stupidity of their actions and how they’ve shot themselves in the foot, groin, and brains. The brands and marketing agencies are clueless, too. The practice is exceptionally harmful because it makes it seem as if all content is corrupt.
Einstein’s Camera — Medium
Hungarian photographer Adam Magyar doesn't work like most artists. He takes the world's most sophisticated photographic equipment, then hacks it with software he writes himself — all in order to twist our perception of time inside out. In this latest story from the digital publisher MATTER, Joshua Hammer discovers how Magyar's unique combination of technology and art challenges the way we understand the world.
Google Data Chief Says ‘Flawed’ EU Privacy Law Is Dead – Bloomberg
Google’s top privacy official said the European Union’s “flawed” attempt to overhaul data-protection rules is “dead” and urged politicians to go back to the drawing board.
‘Strings Attached’ Co-Author Offers Solutions for Education – WSJ.com
What can we learn from a teacher whose methods fly in the face of everything we think we know about education today, but who was undeniably effective?
As it turns out, quite a lot. Comparing Mr. K's methods with the latest findings in fields from music to math to medicine leads to a single, startling conclusion: It's time to revive old-fashioned education.