You’re Invited to: “How to Change the World”

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I hope you’ll check out “How to Change the World.”

This is a “forum to book” project. It’s a chance for you to ask questions and offer insights that will go into a short book I’m creating.

I’ve set up a forum for this at Quora, a discussion website. The forum is ready to go right now. For each chapter of my book I’ve outlined some main points and posed some related questions.

I’d like you to check out what I have so far and tell me what you think. What insights do you have on the topic? What questions will the book need to address?

This is a fun way to take our interaction deeper and to create something useful. Anyone is welcome to participate, and I hope you’ll invite friends who might be interested.

The project will become a short guide-book for me and a new network of Christian bloggers who are interested in Individualism. The book will discuss some worldview basics, including:

  • Does God want blind faith? Reasoned faith? What is the relation of faith and reason?
  • Why does God tell us to follow him? What should a Christian’s motivation be?
  • Is there a distinctly Christian view of society? Rights? Government?

Feel free to ask if you need more details.

See you there!

http://reasoninview.quora.com/Series-How-to-Change-the-World

Excited about this Portfolio Site

This is the most fun I’ve had setting up a website.

It’s a portfolio app called Carbonmade. Here’s what I created:

 

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It’s a portfolio of my online bases and outposts (blogs and social media sites). Making this was as easy as loading some screenshots and filling in the blanks.

Click here to check out my portfolio.

The site that let me do this is called Carbonmade. I’m not affiliated with them, but I’m really excited about their product, so let me tell you about it.

Carbonmade is free. It’s just for portfolios. As opposed to a blog site, Carbonmade does a lot less, but it does it to perfection. In 10 minutes you can have your own portfolio running, displaying collections of photos or PDFs.

In the future I might use Carbonmade for displaying information products that I make. For now it’s a cool way to introduce people to what I do online.

Here are my favorite features:

  • Beautiful aesthetic.
  • Several templates to choose from.
  • A ruthlessly narrow set of features, making it ridiculously easy (I mean as easy as turning on an Xbox).

To see examples of people using Carbonmade to the full, check this out.

To set up your own, here’s where to go.


Think you might try this out? Do you know of any other great apps? Feel free to add your thoughts in the comment section.