This past weekend my brother-in-law pulled a black case out of the basement. There, neatly organized into its separate compartments, was the Mac SE (OS 7.0.1) that I had lent him when E and I had gotten married and headed to England. It had a USC (So. Carolina) sticker on the side that removed easily […]
I am trying out a different template, more like the three column that I had before I upgraded WP to 2.1. Let me know what you think. There are three different colors for the header and will rotate through. Let me know which colors you prefer and which are abhorrent to you.
The Numbers Guy Carl Bialik examines the way numbers are used, and abused. March 8, 2007, 10:08 pm The Lost Tomb of Jesus? My column this week explores the controversy over an estimate of the probability that a tomb found in Jerusalem contains the remains of the family of Jesus of Nazareth. Makers of a […]
The Chronicle: Wired Campus Blog: If You Can’t Beat ‘Em… March 8, 2007 If You Can’t Beat ‘Em… Nicola Pratt, a lecturer in international relations at the University of East Anglia, in England, tells The Guardian that she was once one of those “disgruntled” academics who berate students for using Wikipedia in their essays. But […]
Craig Evans has posted an updated guest blog at Deinde on the Talpiot tomb. It is the best concise summary of the problems I have read so far and the update even includes reference to Dr. Kirkland’s interpretation of the chevron and circle. The Tomb of Jesus and Family? Second Thoughts Craig A. Evans Acadia […]