September 2010 Archives
The Violet Burning Re-Release 1990 Debut Chosen as Free DownloadWorth checking out if you’re at all interested in the history of the Christian indie/alternative music scene.
A New Writing Gig: Christ and Pop CultureI’ve recently begun contributing articles to Christ and Pop Culture.
A Tarkovskian DreamA collection of beautiful scenes and images from Andrei Tarkovsky’s films set to Brian Eno’s music.
Microsoft’s Never Mind the BulletsMicrosoft has developed an über-cool HTML5-based web comic to celebrate the impending release of Internet Explorer 9.
Nighttide by Swartz Et (Review)There’s a sense of slow burn here, a sense of movement towards a deeper, darker realm of sound that is only apparent in hindsight.
Who Are the Biggest Nerds?There’s no use denying it: football fans are nerds of the highest order.
Elsewhere, September 13, 2010 (The Post-Blackout Edition)The universe’s personal nature, authentic artifice, Scott Pilgrim, cosmology as theology, science fiction, Watchmen, religious search engines, and Marilynne Robinson.
Omer Mozaffar on Majid Majidi’s The Color of ParadiseThe Color of Paradise is one of the few films that I can recommend without any reservations whatsoever.
Elsewhere, September 5, 2010Video games as art, God’s plan for the world, humanity as parasites, photography, Biology and Ideology, the Bible and scientific studies, and HTML 5.