GET THE APP: Roman Emperors with sporadic ties to Christianity? Sure, there is an app for that! The Edict of Milan for Android devices features the original text of the decree along with other articles about Constantine the Great and his birthplace in modern day Serbia.
NOTE: It looks like this app has gone the way of the Constantine's Empire!
LISTEN TO THE BOSS: No music encapsulates the feelings of loss when an economy leaves people behind like the early works of Bruce Springsteen. Give a listen to 1975’s Born to Run in its entirety and revel in the desperation and dark quasi-enthusiasm for the middle-class way of life at the dawning of the “me generation.”
RIDE A HORSE, READ SOME ECONOMICS, MAKE A LITTLE LOVE: Joseph Schumpeter supposedly set out to be the eminent economist in the world, the greatest horseman in Austria, and the paramount paramour in Vienna. You can read Prophet of Innovation, Joseph Schumpeter and Creative Destruction (2007) by Thomas K. McCraw to figure out which two of the three he felt he achieved. McCraw’s book is the definitive tome regarding the angel of economic demolition. If you can’t get through all 719 pages without destructing yourself, feel free to create some efficiencies and read this summary by Thomas Leonard of Princeton: https://www.princeton.edu/~tleonard/papers/McCraw.pdf.