Future.Bible Conference

by Mar 9, 2020Bible Software, Tech0 comments

In one week I’ll be “speaking” “at” a “conference” on the future of the Bible that is all online—actually, I recorded the video today and am now uploading it. My talk was really fun to put together, and I gave it this title: “Anything Invented After You’re Thirty-Five Is against the Natural Order of Things: A Media Ecology of Bible Software.”

In my talk I try to show a via media between techno-utopianism and the doomsday views of Ned Ludd.

You can sign up to view my talk at this link.

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