Stand Out of Our Light might be the best and most accessible introduction to the human stakes of the attention economy.
“Technologies of control” can frustrate human intention, prioritizing a productive logic of scale over a more humane logic of growth.
When I picked up The World Beyond Your Head from my local library I expected arguments against smartphones and algorithms but got something very different.
I wonder what we lose when we live life planned and filled to its utter limits.
The opposite of the everything-now incoherence of digital media, print journals offer correspondence courses for the curious and the questioning.
True freedom requires limits.
After reading David Powlison’s How Does Sanctification Work? and being refreshed by its practical, down-to-earth wisdom, I was excited to read more from Powlison. God’s Grace in your Suffering has proved to be a timely read as I confront my own needs along with the needs of those
The year in reading.
I don’t give a lot of 5-star ratings on Goodreads. I tend to rate books on how enjoyable they were, rather than on any objective measure of their merit or worth, although how good I consider a book usually includes some evaluation of the value I’ve pulled from