Blog service announcement:: O’Leary at blogging conference October 13 through 15
I will either be in Los Angeles at the blogging conference at Biola University—or camped in airports at either end.
On Saturday morning (October 15), I will be leading a breakout session on "Blogging the intelligent design controversy."
It sounds like a great conference, and the organizers say I can blog from there, so I will try to post stuff of interest, including what I plan to say/actually said/didn't say/didn't think of till later.
The conference organizers have asked me to draw your attention to a movie called Elizabethtown, which I haven't seen yet but looks quite interesting. About a fellow who gets fired and discovers a whole new life. Interesting music too, and you can listen to a sample online.
If you like this blog, check out my book on the intelligent design controversy, By Design or by Chance?. You can read excerpts as well.
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