The Cornerstone for Creative Christians
AlteredEgg.com
Home
Our Latest Features:

Welcome to AlteredEgg.com!

Otoy does it all remotely

This company claims they can enable you to play hi-definition games on your iPhone iPad or other mobile device in real time. I'll be the first

(maybe) to say that something like this could be the solution to deploying Flash applications on Apple devices. If it actually works, that is.

 
I Wanted To Be A Cool Kid, Apple Said No

Here's a level-headed article about the recent Apple/Adobe battle over iPhone development. I know the author (ahem) kinda well.

 
Ethical Concerns for Computer Game Designers

Ever noticed how competition can bring out the worst in people? Ever thought about whether games are designed to encourage poor sportsmanship? This article sheds some light on the subject.

 
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>

Results 21 - 24 of 75

We want your stuff!
Follow us on Twitter:

@confidant_ca (business)
@alteredegg (fun)

Main Menu
Home
What is This Website?
Bookmarks
Send Us Your Stuff!
Why is Jesus So Important?
News, Commentary & Weird
Famous Christian Creatives
Contact Us
Site Map
Interesting Stuff For:
Actors
Animators & Filmmakers
Architects
Artists
Cartoonists
Clothing Designers
Dancers
Graphic Designers
Illustrators
Multimediacs
Musicians
Photographers
Poets
Preachers
Writers
Login Form





Lost Password?
Today's Headlines
Headlines courtesy of Theophiles.org
  • Pope to Catholics: Don't breed 'like rabbits'
    At BBC News:

    Good Roman Catholics do not need to breed like "rabbits", the Pope has said, but should practise "responsible" parenting instead.

    Pope Francis spoke as he returned from the Philippines, where he met former street children abandoned by parents unable to afford to care for them.

    Standing firm against artificial birth control, he said new life was "part of the sacrament of marriage".

    But he said population experts advised three children per family.

  • Pope?s astronomer seeks to bridge science and religion
    At stltoday :

    [Brother Guy] Consolmagno is an astronomer ? a planetary scientist for the Vatican observatory, in fact ? who specializes in asteroids and meteorites, the very sort that may well have been the famous ?star? described in the Gospel of Matthew.

    ?It?s fun speculation,? Consolmagno said, smiling through a graying beard while sitting on a bench in Central Park on an unseasonably warm afternoon. ?It?s fascinating to realize that there actually are a couple of quite plausible things it could be.

  • Mormon Church: Joseph Smith Had Up To 40 Wives
    At NPR:

    In an essay posted without fanfare to its website in late October, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said for the first time that Joseph Smith, founder of the Mormon church, had as many as 40 wives. Some of those women were also married to friends of his. And one was only 14 when she became Smith's wife.

  • Pope Francis: Evolution is Real
    At CTVNews:

    Pope Francis says the theories of evolution and the Big Bang are real, and God did not wave a "magic wand" to create the universe.

    Speaking at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in Vatican City on Monday, Pope Francis urged Roman Catholics to embrace current scientific theories as ?required? methods to understand existence. The pope?s suggestions fly in the face of more traditional views that read the Bible as a literal record of the creation and development of the world.

  • Dwindling Southern Evangelicals and the GOP
    At The Atlantic:

    Midterm elections are all about turning out base constituencies. Over the last few decades, there have been few more reliable voters for Republicans than white evangelical Protestants. This year, however, GOP candidates may be getting less help from this group?not because white evangelical Protestants are becoming less supportive or less motivated, but simply because they are declining as a proportion of the population, even in Southern states.