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Certainly, it surprised no one to find Mission: Impossible—Dead Reckoning Part One at the top of the weekend’s box office.
The Plugged in Show, Episode 190: Plugged In Talks with Author David Murrow. Plus ‘Mission: Impossible—Dead Reckoning Part One’
We talk to David Murrow, author of Drowning in Screen Time, about how to battle screen addiction. Then it’s Mission: Impossible.
What is Threads? What does it have to do with Meta and Twitter? And, most importantly, what do parents need to know?
The CW and Lionsgate aren’t broadcasting and distributing the story of Jesus’ life for spiritually altruistic motives.
The latest Insidious film took the box office crown this weekend while Indiana Jones is still struggling to recoup its losses.
We’ve all probably seen plenty of news stories about the potential harm video games can do. But what are the benefits?
Studies have shown that cutting back on social media can be positive. But the real goal is to make whatever time you spend online as happy and healthy as you can.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny didn’t earn as much as predicted its opening weekend, but it still came out on top.
AI is taking over … topics of conversation, that is. We lay out some of the pros and cons of the technology.
The Plugged In Show, Episode 188: A Conversation with Jim Caviezel and Jordan Harmon. Plus, ‘Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny’
Adam Holz interviews Jim Caviezel and Angel Studios’ co-owner Jordan Harmon about Sound of Freedom. Then we turn our attention to Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.
Plugged In Parent’s Guide to Today’s Technology
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