Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Seth Heringer
Theology Professor and Freelance Tech Writer
Theology Professor and Freelance Tech Writer

Seth Heringer's posts

This is a real quotation from a recent article in History and Theory (52.4, theme issue 52, 2013)

"The possibility that her serial milking (criminal activity) might actually affect the cows involved is, I will argue, critical to understanding the offense....It will attempt to think about a cow's experience of Elsing's milking because one explanation for the latter's imprisonment in the house of correction, I suggest, might involve an understanding of, and an acknowledgment of the significance of understanding, what it was like to be a cow being milked by a stranger in the early modern period (14-15)." 

I needed to laugh today. 

#galaxys5  is ugly. The back looks like the pattern of green foam that flowers come in. Or maybe that tack board I hang tools on in my garage. How is Samsung just so bad at design? 

Post has attachment
Anyone else notice the problem when these articles are compared? 

Today's Editorial:

2005 Editorial:

Whatever one thinks about the NYT, this is ridiculous. 

Post has attachment
It's interesting how almost every article on students the age I am currently teaching reaches different conclusions than the one before. Here is the latest example.

Post has attachment
Guess who this picture of a young Roger Ebert reminds me of? 
+Eric Finkenbiner +Mat Lee +Shane Brady +Joey Kelley +Jeremy Lesniak 

Post has attachment
I love how this is both a tongue-in-cheek shot both at Apple and Samsung. Nice work Google. Gotta love the blue. 

#Samsung - the newest vendor of useless software. Seriously, the GS4 presentation was terrible. No one will use a single one of those features. Hey guys, lets set up our 5 GS4's into 5.1 surround sound. Good idea Samsung. 

Post has attachment
If the price comes down, this may be my next computer. 

I have to say this Jelly Bean upgrade for my GS3 is pretty great. Google now is actually useful. Project butter also does smooth things out. 

Post has attachment
It astounds me that TheVerge posted this. But I have to say that Paul impresses me here both with a well-written argument and his courage. I know it's controversial, but nice work Paul. 
Wait while more posts are being loaded