Here’s a party pooper: “Yahoo! foresees Overhead Operational License – Shareholders Demanding a Yield”
…then turn off your computer and pick up a book. I think this is the advice author Nicolas Carr would suggest. Carr says our increased internet surfing is actually causing our brains are being rewired for the worse. So grab a good book and keep your brain sharp.
God provided a new friend for me today. In God’s kind providence I was privileged to meet, via internet and telephone, a pastor from North Carolina named Jonathan. I am excited about this friendship for what we have in common. We both have a condition called Barrett’s Esophagus.
Barrett’s is found mostly among sufferers of GERD (acid reflux disease), like Jonathan and myself. More importantly, and frighteningly, Barrett’s is a high risk condition for Esophageal Cancer, which is not exactly the best cancer to have.
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We are living in in the midst of a technological/communications/social networking revolution.
One of the main reasons I am on Facebook/Twitter and have this blog is because the future is arriving fast. Our world shrunk tremendously in the last century with the automobile, flight, satellite technology, radio, television, etc. Now we are witnessing another massive shrinking (oxymoron?).
Just consider this amazing quote from the video below…
The computer in your cell phone today is a million times cheaper and a thousand times more powerful and about a hundred thousand times smaller (than the one computer at MIT in 1965)…”
Anyway, here’s the video: