If you're a by-product of the late 1980's early 1990's than you probably had a front row seat to the evolution of gaming consoles and the development of gaming dynasties. Because of this, there is no doubt you formed some loyalties along the way to some of your favorite gaming characters. Whether you played games or not. … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons Video Games Made into Movies Fail
When I google search 2017 I see wonderful pictures, digital artwork and a variety of wonderful images in Color. When I google search 1917 I see black and white images, family portraits and copies of news headlines in Black and White. The last 100years have seen photographic technology advance in unbelievable ways. 100 years ago … Continue reading the 1900’s…IN COLOR
Every now and again we slip into internet coma's. Some of us more than others. It all starts off so innocently. You click on a funny video link, you wanted to remember life as a child so you played Super Mario Bros. Flash. Or maybe you are like that guy who beet Bejewled and wasted … Continue reading 5 Best Interactive Flash Sight for Killing time at Work
When I was high school I had a teacher (Mr. Ahern) who would often reference the KISS principle. "Keep it Simple, Stupid" or more affectingly known as KISS. Since that time I have heard other acronyms that reference similar ideas. However, never has it become as necessary to utilize this principle as in today’s high stress, over teched … Continue reading K.I.S.S. “10 Non-Tech Changes to Ensure a Productive Day”
I wanted to share this article on parking meters, because it is just another example of how a simple technology has changed the landscape of America. Not to mention, has cuased millions if not billions (counting the same people Twice or more) to break to the law, curese the man, and have to pay untold sums to the Meter … Continue reading Parking Meters 75th anniversary!
When you think of walking on water you have in mind Jesus walking out to his 12 dsiciples and Peter's failed attempt to make his way to Jesus. Well, not anymore. Now there is a new sport called Liquid Mountaineering. These extreme sports enthusiast have used the same science behind rocks skipping on water to literally propel themselves … Continue reading Walking on Water isn’t Just for Jesus (Or is It?)
One of the most difficult tasks that humans must endure is the continual practice of making a decision. Every day, Every Where, Everyone must make a decision. These decision range from small, I.E. should I put creamers in my coffee or not? All the way to large, I.E. should I abort my unborn child even though carrying … Continue reading The Art of Theological Decision Making.
Once upon a time, Al Pacino was a great actor. This was before the mass amounts of hard liquor and years of smoking massaged his higher tones into a gravelly slur. This was when cultural phrases like "Attica, Attica" and "Say hello to my little friend" were still culturally relevant and carried some significance. Now such phrases … Continue reading Is the North American Church becoming a “Cult Classic”?
Everybody Experiences Adulthood Differently. This is my Story.