This is an interesting commentary on the thorny issues facing couples in the internet age that had never really been an issue before.

Kinda good for a chuckle.

The opening paragraph sets the hook, while effectively summarizing the article, all at the same time:

Joint bank account? Check. Merging the MP3 collection? Hold on a minute. Couples are struggling with just how much to combine the digital aspects of their lives. Why spouses are bickering over shared email accounts and his-and-hers blogs.

Now, I can partly understand this, sorta. My lovely and gracious wife likes Country music. I feel rather strongly that Country is a product of the Fall. So we keep our MP3 collections… ah… quite separate.


…but I wonder how long it’ll be before we see some enterprising, relevant, culturally savvy pastor teaching a hep-cat-yo-dog-g*money series on this…

Come to think of it, I wonder how long it’ll take until some of the new breed of “Calvary-Lite” dudes take up the torch and start a really clever teaching series on the subject, further abandoning the verse-by-verse expositional teaching Distinctive of the Cavlary Chapel Movement…?


Interesting, amusing article, nonetheless…