“Robots of the world! The power of man has fallen! A new world has arisen: the Rule of the Robots!” — Karel Čapek Rossumovi Univerzální Roboti (Rossum’s Universal Robots), a once-popular 100-year old play by Czech writer Karel Čapek, made its television debut on the BBC, 82 years ago today, on February 11, 1938. It was… Continue reading Occasional Quote of the Day: Rossum’s Universal Robots
One of the reasons I like reading posts about music is that I’ve spent most of my life quite disconnected from whatever was going on in the contemporary entertainment world, and the posts give me a window into what I might have missed (and whether or not I’m glad I did). Although we moved to… Continue reading Do You Believe in “If” Anymore?
I’ve written on this theme a couple of times before–Hebrews 13:2, “Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.” That’s pretty much an ironclad rule for me, and although I can’t say I bat a thousand, my average when I get to the plate is high enough to make it… Continue reading Entertaining Angels: The Lamb in the Living Room