Apple "finally" got the leather iPhone case right.
I was skimming an article on The Art of Manliness, and this section jumped out at me.
Not only are my LED bulbs more efficient than my CFLs, but they put off less heat by far.
Kirby plugin to pull a specified number of posts either from a specific category, tag, or just in general that are the latest ones excluding any posts that are in the future.
A stream-of-consciousness rambling of some of my thoughts on gun control. I consider myself fairly moderate in this regard.
Life as a homeowner has a way of making you expand you horizons in regards to the projects you think you can manage.
I've updated my thoughts on the differences between the iPad and the Kindle.
It can be tricky to use the Keurig My K-Cup adapter, so I did some tests.
I've updated my shaving technique to use cold water, and it makes a big difference.
Reeder behaves a little strangely with caching sometimes. Here's a fix.
TSA would be easier to deal with if they were nicer about things.
Apple quietly updated the iPhone bumper for the better.
iCloud can be a little tricky if you're trying to get it set up for multiple users.
You can disable the App Resume feature in Lion, and re-enable it for specific apps.
Available research shows that a low-carb diet is best for weight loss and heart health.
Tell vim not to store swap files on network drives to improve performance.
The short answer: The Sharpie Pencil sucks.
Some tips for finding roque background processes in Mac OS X and killing them.
USPS gets a lot of crap from people, but I think they don't do too bad for having to visit every address in the US every day.
I'm very happy that I can use the switch on the iPad as a mute switch. Not everyone is.
Facebook isn't systematically killing off better apps like some would have you believe.
The breakdown between how I use the iPhone and the iPad.
As an owner of both a Kindle and an iPad, I think they each have their place.
Eventually you just need to stop playing with tools, and start getting work done.
Brief review of Apples Bumper for iPhone.
Should you get a 3G iPad or Wifi only?
Yes, there is a page fold on the web. No, it isn't inviolable.
Christians are accused of being hypocrites because sometimes we are.
Sanctification is about the work of Christ, not about our own labor.
A computer may not be the best tool for everything in every situation. Don't be afraid.
UPDATE: As you can see, this article is really old. Most of these issues have been dealt with in some way or another, but there are probably new ones. Maybe I'll write another article…
It's not specific sins that send you to hell, but the rejection of Christ.
The biblical command to honor our parents still applies when they fail.
TextExpander or Typinator can come in handy for frequently used command-line tasks.
The iPhone is great, but is not without problems.
When I get excited about some new web tech, it often replaces my gaming time.
The Apple Store tech support isn't as good as it used to be.
Isaiah 55 shows us that God desires for us to be happy and satisfied beyond our wildest dreams.
How do you make no-bake cookies better? Add bacon.
Dispensationalism has some serious problems in regards to the gospel.
When does 100% not mean 100%?
The Apple Store experience has improved a lot since my last article.
A quote from Dostoevsky that makes me stop and ponder my position on capital punishment.
The confessions of sin in the Psalms put my confessions (and my attitude toward sin) to shame.
What's with all the Marker Felt?
Navigating today's political landscape can be a complicated issue for Christians.
Google isn't perfect in directing people to relevant content, sometimes with humorous results.
We frequently view sexual sin as the worst sin, but that's not the way the Bible treats it.
The Bible often shows the sinfulness of even God's chosen people to show us the need for Christ.
As we were singing this song in church today, I was struck by how little attention I've actually paid to the lyrics in the past.
C.S. Lewis felt that a truly Christian society would have elements that annoyed both right and left.
C.S. Lewis's famous quote on the deity of Christ.
The new Apple Store layout is rather a pain.
This is a very moving song about the sacrifice that Christ made for us.
Communion accomplishes much of what the "altar call" attempts to accomplish.
Temperance should apply to all areas of life.
Temperance is a good Christian virtue, but it's not teetotalism.
Open DNS is good for filtering web content, but might cause issues with video streaming.
Geek Squad sets people up to fail so they can get more business.
I've started becoming a bit of a pen geek in this digital age.
I've made significant progress in my classic shaving technique.
Some more information about my shaving technique, and some things I've tried.
I'm not really a fan of resolutions, but the gospel should be changing your life.
Sure, Verizon may have the broadest network but that's not enough to make me switch.
A pickaxe can make a big difference when trying to dig a hole in Tucson dirt.
Every time I hear or read Isaiah 55:1-3, I respond in two ways: on the one hand I am joyful, and on the other convicted.
I've started shaving the old fashioned way.
There is nothing on Earth that can truly satisfy us. Only God can.
John 3:16 must be read in the context of the rest of the chapter.
It really bothers me how loose those who try to say "Christian's shouldn't drink alcohol" play with the Scripture.
This passage is really talking about the second coming of Christ, not a "rapture."
Eschatology is secondary to the gospel, but it can have implications to your understanding of the gospel.
This is what makes our church who we are.
Dealing with some fringe objections to alcohol in the life of a Christian.
I hold to the original tenants of fundamentalism, but not to what it has become.
Some brief thoughts on Christian Baptism.
Despite how clear the Bible is about alcohol being a good gift from God, some objections remain.
Contrary to the belief of many, the Bible encourages us to celebrate alcohol as a good gift from God.
Some Christians hold beliefs even in the face of contrary biblical evidence.