Monthly Archives: November 2016

My Thoughts On Uber

Ever wonder if you should Uber? Read on and then tell me what you think. So what is Uber a Substitute *For*? (artcarden.com, May 23, 2016) Art Carden Recommends – Discount Code (artcarden.com) Uber In San Antonio (Forbes.com, November 2, 2015) An Open Letter to Birmingham’s City Council on Uber (Forbes.com, July 22, 2014) Uber […]

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My Thoughts On Immigration

Many of us are thinking about the implication of having a new president-elect especially in regard to immigration. Here are some of my articles and interviews on the subject: Border Fences: Costlier Than The Problem? (Forbes.com, October 17, 2016) What You Don’t Know About Immigration Can Hurt You (Forbes.com, October 17, 2016) Immigrants and Their […]

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Hackademia: Take The Grading Challenge

I hate grading. It’s boring, it involves some wearying judgment calls, it’s sometimes depressing… As one of my mentors said (wisely), “We teach for free and get paid to grade.” I just stumbled upon this one weird trick that helped me plow through a lot of grading very quickly. Instead of grading in my office […]

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Matthew 18

Here are a few thoughts on the parable of the forgiven servant in Matthew 18: Our debt is of a kind that can’t be repaid. The 10k talents are a stand-in for impossibility–and yet when we ask for mercy, we still say “I’ll pay it back! I promise!” We are forgiven even above and beyond […]

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