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Humbled Crypto Boss Bragged About Not Reading Books
To an outsider, the name Sam Bankman-Fried might seem like a pseudonym, too on-the-nose to be real. The 30-year-old entrepreneur and philanthropist, known ...
Tolkien’s 'Lord of the Rings' Received Brutal Criticisms
Despite the massive popularity of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit in the Lord of the Rings in book and film versions, over the years, the books have ...
Town to Convert Only Library into Police Station
Residents of McFarland, a small town in California’s central valley, are upset over potential plans to replace the town’s only library with ...
What God Has Done with Your Permanent Record
When twenty-nine-year-old Edward Snowden fled to Hong Kong in June of 2013 with a plethora of top-secret NSA and CIA documents, he created a firestorm ...
Boy’s Homemade Book Becomes Library Attraction
The hottest new book in the Lake Hazel branch of the Ada Community Library had a waiting list more than 50 people strong. But it wasn’t just word-of-mouth ...
People Are Passionate About the Most Unusual Things
The Bookseller magazine runs a competition to find the book with the oddest title of the year. Competition rules stipulate that the work had to be of ...
Reading the Bible to Children Is Crucial in Tech Age
The New York Times recently ran an article "Turn the Page, Spur the Brain" that presented empirical findings showing that reading to children, even infants, ...
Reading Good Books Can Extend Your Life
William Falk, Editor-in-chief of The Week magazine, wrote the following short column:
A recent Yale study that tracked 3,635 people over 12 years found ...
Harry Potter … More Influential than the Bible?
A survey (by Facebook) asked users to rank their most influential books. The results? For those who participated, Harry Potter was mentioned more frequently ...
Bees Give an Example of How to Approach Popular Culture
The 4th century church leader Basil offered a unique image for how Christians today can approach popular culture. Basil was referring to "secular books," ...