Articles By: Dustin R. Steeve

Dustin Steeve is a blogger and web enthusiast. Dustin's passion is to see his generation of Christians rise up as thought leaders, doing remarkable, good work Christianly. Dustin is interested in the rise of web media and increasingly prominent use of computer technology as a tool to aid people. Dustin worked for three years as the director of GodblogCon and is an adviser for the Christian Web Conference. Dustin graduated summa cum laude and received his B.A. in History from Biola University where he also graduated from Torrey Honors Institute. Dustin has completed some post-graduate work at the Stanford Graduate School of Business where he was appointed to the Dean's List and received a certificate of completion from the Summer Institute for General Management.

33 Things: This Week’s Amusing and Intriguing Links

1. Conservatives would like to enter Exhibit A into evidence for consideration by the court of public opinion on the issue of border security: “The federal government has posted signs along a major interstate highway in Arizona, more than 100 miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border, warning...
September 24th, 2010 | Thirty Three Things | Read More

Billy Graham on Technology and Faith – Lunch w/ TED

Technology has enabled us to accomplish astounding things and solve many problems.  Instantaneous world-wide communication, prolonged life, flight, space travel, deep sea exploration, and more.  Yet with all that technology has changed, with all the problems it has solved, man is left to wrestle with...
August 12th, 2010 | Lunch with TED | Read More

Let’s Simplify Legal Jargon – Lunch w/ TED

Congress “reforms” healthcare with a bill so large that our national leaders haven’t read it. These days, the laws are complex and not written in plain English. This means that most people cannot engage them. Alan Siegel wants to change that.
August 5th, 2010 | Lunch with TED | Read More

Jeff Bezos on What Matters More Than Talents – Lunch w/ TED

Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos challenged Princeton graduates with this question: “Will you be clever or will you be kind.”  The question asked is almost as interesting as the question begged.
July 29th, 2010 | Lunch with TED | Read More

Founder Julian Assange Talks WikiLeaks – Lunch w/ TED

WikiLeaks is a website that leaks classified information from around the world for anyone with an internet connection to see.  This week, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will defend his project.
July 22nd, 2010 | Lunch with TED | Read More

The Virtues of Capitalism – Book Review

As a quick primer, The Virtues of Capitalism: The Moral Case for Free Markets by Scott Rae and Austin Hill does an excellent job of hitting the talking points and fleshing out some of the back-story of the world’s most powerful economic system.  However, this book only offers a thin analysis of...
July 19th, 2010 | Book Reviews, Economy | Read More

Why I’m Rowing Across the Pacific – Lunch w/ TED

Roz Savage was a woman living a comfortable life with a good job.  Then she decided to pursue an adventure, an adventure that has led her to a rowing journey across the world’s major oceans.
July 15th, 2010 | Lunch with TED | Read More

Sweat the Small Stuff – Lunch w/ TED

You’re an event planner with a lot on your plate.  Rory Sutherland wants you to be careful lest you waste time and capital moving mountains when you ought focus on molehills.
July 1st, 2010 | Lunch with TED | Read More

Rediscovering the Lost Art of Democratic Argument – Lunch w/ TED

Harvard professor Michael Sandel has an idea that would revolutionize political discourse – and it’s not to eliminate cable news.
June 24th, 2010 | Lunch with TED, Moral Philosophy, Philosophy, Politics, Religion | Read More

The Future of User Interface – Lunch w/ TED

John Underkoffler believes that the future of User Interface is imbuing computation with space. In other words, the mouse and icon model will soon give way to computers that understand where in the physical world a thing is located and the computer will be able to interact with objects appropriately...
June 17th, 2010 | Technology | Read More