Archive for March, 2010



It has come to this. Advertisements

As in, “Hey, there’s a change on this website I need you to change. Could you change it please?”



As my second cousin would say, holy moly cow. Nerd out on what has to be the coolest feature of the next version of Photoshop, “Content-Aware Fill.” (via DF)

Five sentences worth, in fact: We have outlined some concerns to the Israeli government. They have responded to our concerns. That conversation continues. This is a dynamic process. There’s a lot of give-and-take involved in these conversations. (source) I suggest using this technique on your next term paper for maximum grade enhancement. Or your next email […]

… but wow. At first I didn’t believe it was actually funded by the RNC. But then I looked up who owned the address. Registrant:    Republican National Committee    310 First Street SE    Washington, DC 20003    US    Domain Name: FIRENANCYPELOSI.COM True to GOP principle, the design does appear to have been quite […]

You’ll come across unpalatable ideas. You might expect as much when God is talking to you. Sometimes those ideas are only unpalatable because you’ve misunderstood them. Keep reading Scripture to get more context for that concept. If you’re sure you’ve understood, and the idea is still unpalatable, see point #1.

This semester, I’m memorizing the book of Ephesians for an internship. Lest I think it’ll de facto make me a better Christian, Jim West notes the example of Steven Anderson, pastor of the Faithful Word Baptist Church in Arizona. Anderson “holds no college degree but has well over 100 chapters of the Bible committed to memory” (source) and […]