While I’m still not blogging, I thought you might be interested in ACU’s mLearning initiative’s coverage in the NY Times. The paper mentions Freed-Hardeman, but ACU was the first university in the country to go with iPhones, and I just generally care less about Freed-Hardeman (not saying they’re bad; I just didn’t go to school […]
While I’m not blogging, I thought you might be interested in research that shows kids who attend church weekly have better grades. You can find it here.
I’m doing something that doesn’t quite make sense: taking a hiatus from blogging. The reason it doesn’t make sense is because this summer, this space has had a record number of readers. For some reason a lot of people have been checking out The Palmer Perspective. I’m taking a break because I have a few […]
We had a full day today. Our team worked in Port Suphur — somewhere south of New Orleans, I think. The folks down there are having an amazingly difficult time recovering. Our group was at two homes, Jake’s and Rose’s. We got some really great video, but some slight computer difficulties are keeping me from […]
These are some scenes from our travel day and first day in New Orleans. I try to narrate the day, but when the work starts, video-making has to end. We had a great first day. Lots of sweat, hard work, nicks, small cuts, and a little blood! Just a little blood. Don't worry. Tomorrow we […]