Tonight, with the convenience of iTunes, I finished listening to this interesting and helpful book. I particularly liked the ending, where Tim Challies went over how he handles information and technology to avoid being overloaded and distracted from his God-given priorities. I found myself resonating with Tim’s dissection on how distractions (new e-mails, FB notes, tweets) are actually desirable (each offers an immediate thrill, doesn’t it?), even though we know they’re interruptions and potential time-wasters. Along the way, the book contains insights on how new methods of communication can foster anonymity (thereby exposing us to temptation) and even render us less able to successfully engage in (let alone enjoy) face-to-face communication. Check it out.