Biblical History

Biblical History I am not a big fan of history, Biblical or otherwise. I am not sure if I find if boring, complicated or out of reach. I understand that not everyone will love history and the study of the same. Many find Biblical history boring and its study non-essential. While I may struggle to love Biblical history as I…

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Apple’s iCloud Services

Apple’s iCloud Services Apple was late to the cloud services game and even after a number of years, in the arena, continues to play catch-up. That is not to say that they are failing in the cloud services arena, I just think they are still struggling to make their services “just work”. How do I define cloud services for Apple?…

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Cry Baby Hill

Cry Baby Hill I purchased a Ford F-150 Super Crew 4×4 in the summer of 2000. I thought it would be fun to have a semi-off-road vehicle to take to the mountains and to the desert. I didn’t change the tires but did add a nerf-bar for ease of entry and protection during off-road excursions. One weekend we joined some…

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Apple and Education

Apple and Education I have been hearing quite a bit of talk about how Apple has lost the education market. I wonder if Apple has left the education market or the market has left Apple? (Am I splitting hairs?) If we take a minute to look back at the times when “experts” would say that Apple owned the education market…

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NBA Tanking

NBA Tanking We have come to the time in every NBA season where the extremes of performance leave teams vying for a better playoff position or for a better draft pick position. Both can lead to less than optimum performance on the court. The biggest issue, in the eyes of the NBA, are the teams that tank trying to improve…

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