Posts from the Larger Community


  • Grief 2 Growth | Brian D. Smith

    The following is an excerpt from Grief 2 Growth by Brian D. Smith. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Grief is a universal human emotion. If you live long enough,...


  • Talk to Transformer

    It’s so easy to believe that the further we go, the worse things will get. It’s more difficult to believe that the further we go the better things will get. But if we believe in God, if we believe that God doesn’t create trash, but creates Preciou...


  • The future of Fortnite, artificial intelligence, and Bots.

    Artificial intelligence is going to take over our world little step at a time. I’m a fortnite fan and play it with my kids so I thought I would just make a quick little post on this. Fortnite just introduced Bots into gameplay.   This got me think...


  • Don't Take My Love from Me

    I catalogued every feature I could find, and tucked her safely inside my mind.Her skin felt like mine.Her tongue tasted like mine. Her scent even smelled like mine.We were certainly two of the same kind.With all the world’s technologywhy thwart th...


  • The ‘Secret’ Origins of the Enneagram—Revealed!

    The Enneagram of Personality has been captivating communities of seekers for decades now, and seems to have only become more popular in recent years. But a fair amount of confusion persists, about just what it is, where it comes from, and ho...


  • Blessed is the Man | Dale Fredrickson

    The following is a track from Blessed is the Man by Dale Fredrickson. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Praise for Blessed is the Man “It is difficult it to conf...


  • Too Human

    You handed me a knife and told me to chop—to cook you something deliciousand satisfy your hunger pangs. But I forgot that you don’t like my cooking. I’m just a little too human.Here’s a microwave.She’ll cook whatever you’d like.She’s always on tim...


  • AI Impact on Work: Latest Research Spells Both Hope and Concern

    In a recent blog I explored Mckinsey’s report on the AI impact for women in the workplace. As the hype around AI subsides, a clearer picture emerges. The “robots coming to replace humans” picture fades. Instead, the more realistic picture is one w...


  • The IPFS, Efficiency, Quantum Computers, AI, and God

    Just read a great post from Alex white regarding the IPFS, its efficiency through quantum computers and how a I might end up propelling us to unimaginable  efficiency and decentralisation of what we now know as the internet. You can read his compl...


  • On quantum supremacy, AI, mind uploading, technological resurrection


  • Humanity: Good Ending

    Worthwhile Story on the potential app technology has.  I think a long time ago I saw Mark Zuckerberg post a story very similar to this. About the universe dying out because of lack of energy. Effectively all atoms losing energy and the place gets ...


  • Quantum Computers and AI

    The intelligence explosion is coming soon. It’s hard for our minds to conceptualize the progress of Technology. Our minds are so used to seeing very small increments of progression. Small steps of technological Evolution rather than Revolution.  B...


  • I’m Not Always Okay (And that’s OK.)

    40 years. As of today, that’s how long I’ve roamed this earth. If you happen to be older than me you might chuckle at what I’m about to say, but if you’re younger, consider this: It feels a bit surreal to span decades—like a tiny taste of im...


  • Journey of the Pearl | A. E. Smith

    The following is an excerpt from Journey of the Pearl by A. E. Smith. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. The men had stopped their games and grown quiet. One by o...


  • CTA Conference 2019: Engagement, Solidarity and Hope

    I was looking forward to this conference for months. It was my only opportunity in the year to get together with friends that I interact online throughout the year. The line up of speakers was impressive. There were academics, activists, engineers...


  • New book chapter (draft): In the beginning was the field


  • The Faithful Spy | John Hendrix

    The following is a preview from The Faithful Spy by John Hendrix. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Download a Preview PDF → Praise for The Faithful Spy: “Biogra...


  • AI and Women at the Workplace: A Sensible Guide for 2030

    Even a few years in, the media craze over AI shows no sign of subsiding. The topic continues to fascinate, scare and befuddle the public. In this environment, the Mckinsey report on AI and Women at the workplace is a refreshing exception. Instead ...


  • Praise for It Keeps Me Seeking


  • AI Theology Goes to NY: Sandy e Junior and the Power of Music

    This blog started with a dare. My father-in-law, a faithful reader of the blog, challenged me to write a post about my recent trip to New York I took with my wife. We were there for one night to watch the one and only US concert of the Brazilian b...