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Posts of the week…

James Spinti discussed an interesting article from the NYT regarding digital reading and the brain.

Todd Wood discusses the difference between ‘high level models’ and ‘low level theories’ in science and origins.

Hebrew and Greek Reader reminds podcasters to keep in mind that many in the world do not enjoy high bandwidth rates. (So try to provide your content in smaller mp3s).

AWOL links to another great open access resource.

Jim West reviews BibleWorks 8. I’ve used BibleWorks and Logos on the PC (and accordance on the mac), and I have come to many of the same conclusions.

Nice piece on Rogue Classicism on the submerged Mycenean remains of Pavlopetri.

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