Some noise must have awoken me. It must be around 3am. As I rub my eyes, turning over to go back to sleep, I see their lights shining in through the window. They are here– for what nefarious purpose I know not, but I do know that I must escape– and fast. Read more Ninja
World’s best liar takes stage to give speech. You won’t believe what happens next… Read more Top 11 fake clickbait headlines. You won’t believe number 4.
Pi is an interesting number. When written out as a decimal, the number never ends. Computers have calculated over a trillion digits of PI and there are computers out there computing more digits even still. Read more What Pi can tell you about your next big project.
We all like to have our opinions and many of us fight to see those opinions help change the world for the better. Many of us default back to our instincts of fights, arguments, and debate. In order to have a fight, argument, or debate, there has to he an “other side”– a 2nd party or group; someone to oppose. When we’re not on the battlefield looking at our enemy, things become more subjective. Read more An army of one: The failure of the us vs them mentality.
The Lord is faithful to us in our struggles, even when we suffer. No matter how bad things get, His love is unfailing. Just when you think you’ve lost, God has already rescued you.
Read the words of King David: Read more The struggle is real, but the Lord is good. Psalm 13:2-6
Some say that your good name is the only thing you really have in this world. I was brought up on that understanding. As I grew older, it grew into a belief that trust is a near invaluable commodity. Read more All you need in this world
Recently a few billionaires have issued a stark warning. Bill Gates and Mark Cuban (among others) are worried that manual labor is about to go the way of the buggy whip. In a world increasingly filled with robots, computers, and automation, these billionaires are concerned that there may soon come a day where you have nothing to offer today’s job market. These billionaires have offered up ideas of taxing robots to make up for the social security and medical benefits of the workers they’ll offset. Are these ideas revolutionary, or are they a sign of the limits of our ability to see into the future?
Read more Are you the next buggy whip?