overload

Waiting for your life online

Waiting for your life online

1974 was the beginning of the end for waiting, as home computer kits and time-sharing systems started to cut into all those hours waiting for the mainframe. Over the years, we wait less and less, as our computers and Internet connections and smartphones get better and better. But waiting may just be something worth waiting for.

Waiting for your life online

1974 was the beginning of the end for waiting, as home computer kits and time-sharing systems started to cut into all those hours waiting for the mainframe. Over the years, we wait less and less, as our computers and Internet connections and smartphones get better and better. But waiting may just be something worth waiting for.

Waiting for your life online

1974 was the beginning of the end for waiting, as home computer kits and time-sharing systems started to cut into all those hours waiting for the mainframe. Over the years, we wait less and less, as our computers and Internet connections and smartphones get better and better. But waiting may just be something worth waiting for.

An evangelical perspective on information overload

An evangelical perspective on information overload

I was fascinated to come across an evangelical take on the problem of information overload. Becky Sweat’s article in The Good News reads: information overload can distract us from the most important priority in our lives—our relationship with God. Indeed, a...