Monthly Archives: December 2006

Learning from the Church-at-large

These sites have video of their services. Good stuff. Crossroads Church in Denver, CO has a great instrumental variety, solid trinitarian view of worship and (I think) writes a fair amount of in-house songs. Granger Community Church in Mishawaka, IN … Continue reading

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Amazon’s Top-Seller List

Do you ever wonder what people are reading (or, at least, buying?) Amazon updates their top-sellers hourly. It’s interesting to swing by and see what’s “hot”. This, of course, raises the question of whether the top seller list reflects what … Continue reading

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The Servant Leader vs. the Pragmatist Leader

Our internal thesaurus usally equates the title “leader” with “boss”, “numero uno” or “a monkey could do their job”. We’ve all been in scenarios where… The leader knows how to get things done, yet in the process doesn’t know how … Continue reading

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Vijay Iyer

Vijay is a jazz-fusion piano rocker who rocks my elementary school socks off. With a PhD in music/physics (his dissertation included the study of effects of music on of culture, since music is pretty much, well, everywhere) and an uncanny … Continue reading

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Have you heard of Library Thing? It’s an online library database manager that takes the card catalog, digitizes it, and puts it in my own house. Emily and I have been adding my books (and her books to her librarything … Continue reading

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First Post

This is my first post. -Adam Davidson.

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