• An abandoned anchor was apparently the culprit in cutting the Gulf Internet cable. The conspiracy theories were much more exciting. -- Link
• Phyllis Tickle is blogging through Lent -- Link (via)
• I've put some video footage of our Chuukese students singing in chapel up on YouTube. Culturally the Chuukese like to sing and they have great voices. But they are a lot less animated than Americans and other Westerners when they're singing in front of people. Don't misinterpret that as lack of enthusiasm toward what they're doing. -- Link
• Yahoo has a new webhosting and storage deal -- $12 a month for unlimited storage and transfer traffic on their servers. That will put a few webhosting companies out onto the street. -- Link
• In a Time magazine article it comes out that Bishop Tom Wright doesn't believe in heaven -- at least as it is construed by many Christians. No surprise there -- at least for anyone who has been following his writing. And I'd have to say that he's worth listening to. -- Link
Beth Bilynskyj is voting for more precision and less dissing of the Greeks in this discussion -- see the comments on Erika Haub's great post.
• The tenth most popular Bible translation sold in the US is the Spanish Reina Valera. Does that tell us anything about where the action is? -- Link
• Evangelicals are surging into the future through the past -- major CT article -- Link