Todoist has a helpful guide on getting started with the Pomodoro technique. The guide comments in part: half of all workday distractions are self-inflicted — meaning we pull ourselves out of focus … It isn’t just the time you lose on distractions, it also takes time and energy to refocus your attention. After switching gears, […]
Larry Hurtado surveys recent work on early Christian scholarship, primarily in Alexandria. INTF discusses the treatment of patristic citations in ECM.
Michael Thomas discusses the importance of sleep for knowledge work through the lens of a couple key anecdotal narratives. Todoist has published a helpful introduction to “GTD practices and what [they] think is the most intuitive way to implement the[se practices] in Todoist.” The essay comments, in part, that “the key to GTD isn’t the […]
Citing a typical description of early Christian scribal culture, Michael Kruger comments: There are a lot of claims in this brief couple of sentences. Unfortunately, virtually every one of them is mistaken. Kruger then proceeds to discuss three ways in which this early culture was comparatively more professional and competent than it is often described […]
John Meade is edging closer to the publication of his volume of Hexaplaric fragments for Job 22–42: I can finally announce that my critical edition is set to be released this Fall. I still need to work through another round of proofs this summer, but it will appear by SBL in San Diego. This is […]
Timo Paananen has had is doctoral dissertation accepted at the University of Helsinki. The project is “A Study in Authenticity: Admissible Concealed Indicators of Authority and Other Features of Forgeries—A Case Study on Clement of Alexandria, Letter to Theodore, and the Longer Gospel of Mark.” The project is openly available online. HT: AWOL Mike Aubrey […]