1. An article from the Washington Post on why many digital natives prefer reading in print:
My review of Prior's book can be found here.
Also, she is speaking tonight (2/24) at SEBTS, with free tickets still available.
3. Timothy George discusses the selectivity of social concern. Leaders march for solidarity in Europe, while Africa sees similar violence and gets much less attention:
4. Elise Amyx from the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics, writes that economic freedom is not enough. We must also demonstrate a strong concern for human flourishing.
5. Social Media has made it easy to organize social movements, but hard to win according to a recent TED talk: