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March, 2008

Links for March 31st

NextReformation » theology cafe
The Clean Energy Scam – TIME
Demonstrates the extent to which ethanol is not the future. There must be a better source of alternative energy.
Make Trade Fair – Oxfam International
Random Reflections – Greg Boyd: Could Old Testament Warriors Have Been Mistaken?
Interesting questions about Old Testament wars. Also read the previous posts linked in this one.

Travel Update

March 31st, 2008

In the next few months, there are some travels I'll be taking. I may update this post, as I'm sure travels will update as well.

More CSS for large websites

March 29th, 2008

I want to continue with my thoughts on creating and maintaining CSS on very large websites.

Efficient CSS for large websites

March 28th, 2008

I could see this becoming a series of posts, but for now I'll start with one.

Thoughts on daily posting

Now that it’s been a while since I started allowing to post links to my blog each day, I want to consider what effects it has had.

Certainly, it makes my blog look more active (more active than it is, really). I’m not sure, though, that that is a good thing. These link posts are getting a small amount of traffic, but my guess is that it’s mostly from people who see that there is a link to their blog post, or their site, or whatever. Maybe it benefits the people who run those blogs, or those sites. Hopefully it does, but I’m not sure. It might make me look like nothing but a link farm.

In any case, I’d like to invite any comments on the link postings. Are they useful? Are they appreciated? Should they continue?

Note: In all likelihood, when the coming redesign occurs (right after I stop being so busy with random things), the format of the daily link post will change. Perhaps there will be a sidebar item where the last daily link post is displayed. Certainly, though, it will not be displayed in the main content like it is now. Thus, I’m not entirely sure if I’ll leave it in the RSS feed.

Anyway. Thoughts are welcomed.

The future of activism

March 22nd, 2008

For some time, it has been clear to me that business is the future of activism.

What’s going on with me?

March 20th, 2008

I've been a bit lazy with posting, as of late. So, I want to provide a bit of an update of what's going on.

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About the Designer

Jonathan Stegall is a web designer and emergent / emerging follower of Jesus currently living in Atlanta, seeking to abide in the creative tension between theology, spirituality, design, and justice.