I actually think I could live here. Of course, I could live anywhere.
Beautiful day in Illiopolis, IL at the home of long-term, dear friends. It’s why I made this Midwest trip. To be privileged to have such wonderful people in my life is a blessing indeed.
☛ Stone Without Hands: Called to Teach - Part 3
At the end of the “Called to Teach - Part 2” post, we said that another consideration that affects the content of a translation of the Bible is the choice of manuscript(s) that the translators use to create the translation. That’s what this post is about.
We’ll simplify things by talking only…
So appreciate the work that went into this — into all of these posts!
☛ Daring Fireball Linked List: Innovation Through Simplicity
And this simple truth is quite sadly the reason the Christian church is by so many considered irrelevant — no one does this.
I don’t know a perfect person. I only know flawed people who are still worth loving.
☛ Your iPad is not obsolete | 52 Tiger
The utter simplicity of the iOS home screen is Apple’s innovation. It’s the simplest, most obvious “system” ever designed. It is a false and foolish but widespread misconception that “innovation” goes only in the direction of additional complexity.
John’s whole commentary on this is spot on.
It feels a bit like me “drinking from the cool-aid” but I agree with Gruber’s analysis and Rhone’s assent
Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.
Your iPad 3 is still a fantastic device, and will continue to work admirably for years. The new iPad with Retina display does not diminish your existing iPad’s usefulness. It can be disappointing not to have the very latest and greatest, but it’s not the least bit necessary.
That is also my conclusion