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      Friday, January 17, 2014

      I'm trying to expand my reading base.  What are some of your favorite sites to visit?  They don't have to be theologically based necessarily.  Leave your top three in the comments below.

      Here are mine:

      1.  Twitter News Feed (You might think, "huh?", but seriously, this has become my go to for news.  Just follow the right people, and you will stay updated on current things happening around the world from Christianity to world affairs.  It's usually faster at getting you the information than most news websites.)

      2.  Drudge Report (Most think this is a conservative website, but it is just a page of links.  A lot of the time, they link to middle-left to far-left articles to keep you informed.  It's a good mix of serious news and the off-the-wall stories you rarely hear about elsewhere.  Overall, if you keep up with this page, you will keep up with current events regardless of your political ideology.)

      3.  Linus Tech Tips (Great video info on computer tech.  Linus is incredibly knowledgeable.  His other page, "Techquickie," gets honorable mention for a place to learn about technical computer issues in general in a very condensed way.)

      What are yours?


      1 comment:

      M.B. said...

      Free books:
      http://www.ccel.org/

      Games:
      http://store.steampowered.com/

      Alternatives to Microsoft:
      http://linuxmint.com/
      http://www.ubuntu.com/

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