Grab a cup of your favorite coffee and settle in at your computer. It is time for another installment of Interestingness. This week I want to share a few articles and videos I have found particularly interesting over the last week. I hope you enjoy them.

Water Droplets as Art

positioning systems I – falling objects from pe lang on Vimeo.

Preview of iOS5 for iPhone

Here are two articles from Engadget highlighting the new operating system for iPhone and iPad, which will be released this Fall. You can read the articles by clicking here and here.

Preview of OS X Lion

The guys over at Engadget also provided an article highlighting the details of Apple’s new operating system for their line of Macs, OS X Lion. You can read all about it by clicking here.

Piper, Carson, and Keller Talking about Sustaining the Marriage Covenant

Piper, Carson, and Keller on Sustaining the Covenant of Marital Love from The Gospel Coalition on Vimeo.

Review on Whosoever Will

The guys over at The Gospel Coalition put out a review on Whosoever Will: A Theological Critique of Five Point Calvinism. You can read the full review by clicking here.

A Brave New World – A Look At Social Media

In this video Ed Stetzer takes a look at how social media is shaping us as a culture. You can view it by clicking the link below.

What to Look for in a Church

Have you ever wondered what you should look for in a church? Well, 9 Marks have provided a resource page to answer your questions. On their site, they answer such questions as: According to Scripture, why should every Christian join a church?; What should I look for in a church?; How can I make the most of the preaching I hear every week? As well as several others. Check out this excellent resource by clicking here.

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