Welcome to something we call Recommended Reading, a weekly parade of links worth clicking. Let’s jump in:
- People of the Second Chance welcomes the return of Jason Russell (of Invisible Children/KONY2012 fame).
- Here’s what writers can learn from the great Miles Davis.
- Steve Fogg shares some insights into getting started in church communications.
- John Dyer examines one of the most powerful technologies in church history.
- Steven Johnson and Sherry Turkle hit on the gifts and challenges of the Internet as it pertains to creative thought.
- Austin Kleon shares how legal constraints make his art better.
- A husband frustrates his wife by making her use Windows 8.
- Nicole Cottrell tears down the illusion that we can truly know the fullness of another human being through their blog.
Those are my favorite reads of the week. What about you? If you read something worth sharing, please share it with the rest of the class.
Scott McClellan is the Editor of Echo Hub and the Director of Echo Conference. You can follow him on Twitter: @scottmcclellan.