The Common Good
September/October 2007

God:

by Rose Marie Berger, Jonathan Mendez | September/October 2007

"From the time of Moses' stone tablets, man [sic] has searched for a better way to store, study, and share God's work," preaches the press release for the newly released GoBible.

"From the time of Moses' stone tablets, man [sic] has searched for a better way to store, study, and share God's work," preaches the press release for the newly released GoBible. Making the biggest technological leap since Gutenberg, for only $99.95 this "Bible iPod" lets you hear narrations of the King James and New King James Versions. The index of searchable themes ranges from "afflictions" to "temptation" (no mention of justice or poverty is found). The GoBibles' chief product officer, former Mattel media VP Andy Rifkin, also gave the world Talk With Me Barbie and Barbie Fashion Designer.
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