Monthly Archives: June 2008

I am a Northerner

A professor once told me that the older you get, the less you like being in the rain. My Mother-In-Law told me that the older you get, the less you like fast food. But no one has ever told me … Continue reading

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Graduation Thoughts

Sometimes in my job I end up doing something I don’t normally get to do. Today’s unique task? I’m running sound for an elementary school graduation taking place right here in our church sanctuary. Names are read off, pictures are … Continue reading

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More on Being an Early Adopter

Strange as it may be, I don’t hold a grudge against the Apple Corporation.  Some do, though; especially those who bought the iPhone upon its initial release where it was anywhere between $399 and (whoa) $599.  They may be upset … Continue reading

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New iPhone 3G

With the new iPhone 3G out, touting twice the speed at half the price, I am now classified as an “early adopter” with my iPhone 1.5G (or whatever it is).  While I feel good about jumping on to the bandwagon … Continue reading

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In the Loop

Stuff I find on the internets… Thirst for bottled water unleashes flood of environmental concern WonderWoman! Apple Watchers Salivate Over 3G iPhone Rumors These are exciting MacinTimes But it seemed so real, yo Adam Sandler has a new movie that … Continue reading

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