Wednesday, 02 November 2011
Recently got involved in a couple lengthy debates, in terms of word count, concerning Christianity. Both, within the span of two days oddly enough, began when someone on Facebook posted a picture that not only made fun of Christianity (happens all the time, I would not have a spare moment if I were to respond to every one, nor would I feel the desire to), but contained a factually inaccurate depiction of Christianity as well.
And, in both cases, my attempt to simply correct the misconception turned into a me-against-many debate that basically boiled down to the validity of Christianity vs. secular atheism as a belief system.
Which is fine, because I am the one in the right, and have become much better at such debates. Still some work to do.
Tonight's interesting read -- Why the Keurig K-Cup is the Beginning of the End for Great Coffee.
Have you heard of Klout?
I don't get it.
I signed up, sure, and check it periodically. I believe I have a fair understanding, basically, of how it works.
But is it just a silly novelty, or is it really trying to be a serious, business-class application?
Because it sometimes just seems like a silly novelty.