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Reagan’s Roundup (5/22)

Welcome to this week’s edition of Reagan’s Roundup!

Here are some links to fuel your journey toward being a more productive Christian.


Now, for what’s happening on the web:

Facebook to Shift Permanently Toward More Remote Work After Coronavirus

Before this virus, only 2% of workers in the US worked remotely. Obviously that has changed temporarily during this lockdown. But many people were predicting that work-from-home would become more prevalent and permanent after the pandemic lockdown once companies saw that workers could still be effective and compared that with the cost-saving opportunities. Still it’s surprising to see the biggest players in the tech industry taking such dramatic steps in that direction.

Shopify, Twitter, and now Facebook are all now shifting to permanent remote work arrangements for large swaths of their staff. The significance of this cannot be overstated. So many other companies follow the trends set buy these giants. We are at the beginning of a tectonic culture shift that will lead to societal change on par with the industrial revolution.

God Made You for a Body: How Resurrection Will Make Us Whole

This is a great explanation of the biblical relationship between body and soul. Many Christians have an unbiblical, platonic understanding of the body that leads to a domino effect of faulty theology and therefore faulty living.

Notion’s Personal Plan is Now FREE

I feel like I have at least one Notion link every week now. But this one’s important! Notion has removed the 1,000 block limit on free Notion plans. Seriously, if you haven’t tried Notion yet, now is the best time to give it a try.

‘Apple Glass’ Rumored to Start at $499, Support Prescription Lenses, and More

Remember that epic failure called Google Glass? Well, there are some detailed rumors circulating about Apple’s foray into prescription smart-glasses. It seems very sci-fi, but if anyone can make it work it’s probably Apple.

Using Shortcuts & Streaks to Build Systems and Habits

Some practical tips for habit-building. “Building up new systems and habits can be really hard work — especially when there are so many other things to do that we enjoy! But a little bit of automation and a few apps can really go a long way to helping you set yourself up for success.”


1 Thessalonians 4:11

Slave of Jesus Christ, husband, father, and Director of Digital Platforms at Grace to You. I also blog for The Master's Seminary.

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