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Corrosion Eating the Guts

Just a heads-up so you aren’t surprised when you see it happen: Most of the Big Tech behemoths are suffering from internal corrosion. It’s likely some of you are aware of the SJW (social justice warrior) onslaught inside all of … Continue reading

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Moral Good is Multi-generational 02

If you can grasp Part 1 from yesterday, then you are in a position to understand why we reject Western style free market capitalism and libertarian philosophy. Everything in the West presumes a fundamental orientation on the individual. Even when … Continue reading

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AI: The Wrong Truth

Recently Amazon released a report that their AI recruiting bot was sexist. They couldn’t get it to be more gender neutral in its analysis of job applicants. You can find a lot of articles about it, but I’ll tell you … Continue reading

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Your Living Treasure

This business of following Jesus is all about breaking apart the false assumptions this world has fed you. Here’s one false assumption: The basic purpose of a business is to make a profit. That’s so obvious that most people take … Continue reading

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Apartment Living and FedEx

First of all, members of the parish, the replacement tower has arrived. It’s nothing amazing, just an Optiplex 780 with moderate specs. It works; I’m using it to write this post. It was a simple matter of swapping out the … Continue reading

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Regret or Not?

Jay and I were discussing on the forum about the paths we take in our lives. I made the comment that I always felt driven by the Spirit of God from a very young age. I was surely confused about … Continue reading

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It’s a Networked World

The core of the geek community is rabidly hostile to anything that smacks of censorship, and militantly favors radical free expression. Their influence is not always recognized by the broader consumer public. These two groups overlap some, but it’s hard … Continue reading

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