Ten of my Favorite Sites To Follow
For the StrengthsFinder nerds out there, input is my primary relaxing strength. Practically that means I read a lot of blogs and news and books to relax. It’s one of my favorite things to do to release the emotional build up of a day. I thought I might provide a list of some of my favorite sites for those that might be looking for something new to read.
- Scot McKnight writes at Jesus Creed on matters of faith and culture. Right now he’s doing a great series that looks at how apocalyptic theology of Paul engages the new perspective views of NT Wright.
- Phoenix Preacher is a great site for news in the Christian blogosphere. The proprietor has spent a lot of time building a community there and it’s a great place to keep up with what’s going on in the evangelical world. His reporting on the GFA issues has been really important in particular over the past few months.
- Vinoth Ramachandra is an amazing evangelical thinker from Sri Lanka. First discovered his work quite a few years ago when a friend recommended his book, ”Subverting Global Myths”.
- Liam Byrnes is a friend from Cape Town who has recently amped up the blogging. You should definitely check out his site if you have some time.
- Noah Kaye is another good friend from Cape Town (who will soon be moving into East Africa).
- The author of Turn Off The Radio writes almost exclusively about music, and music I like quite a bit. If you are into music, this one might be worth a look.
- Daring Fireball is a one stop shop for news in the tech world, especially if you use Apple products.
- The Sweet Setup is a great site if you are looking for how to best utilize your various (Apple) devices (particularly in regards to apps and things). My “setup” was featured there as was Liam Byrnes’.
- Macdrifter is probably my favorite tech oriented blog. Lots of coding and productivity talk. I’ve found a lot of useful things reading what Gabe has to say.
- MacStories is the best all around “all-apple” blog. Really really thoughtful long form articles and reviews worth reading and taking note of. If Apple is your ecosystem, definitely check it out.