Wednesday, May 5, 2010

It is the end of the semester and I can not believe how fast it got here. I really hope I pass all my classes, it would not be a good thing for me if I had to retake any of my classes – especially a practicum. I realize that my lack of blog posts will probably result in a poor grade.

This summer I am taking Account Principles I and Principles of Economics I, so that will be fun. Two nightmare classes compressed into one month. I’m so very much looking forward to that. I’m also going to be working for Resident Life Housing Operations – probably painting a couple residence halls.

But anyway, here’s a few links for your viewing pleasure.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

During Spring Break I was driving through Houston and I saw a huge cross on the side of a building. I thought to myself “That is just wrong.” To me, Christian art is something that we have way too much of. Paintings, sculptures, murals, and other works don’t demonstrate the greatness of God. Far from it. Works of art don’t feed the hungry or shelter the homeless or care for those hated by society. They only serve to glorify the artist and the idea it represents. If a Christian wants to depict God in all His glory, they can do so much more effectively by actually doing what God called them to do.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Thursday, February 18, 2010


For those of you who want to carry 256 gigabytes around on your keychain, Kingston is finally serving your needs. Kingston is now offering its Data Traveler 300 256GB model to anyone who can spare $1106.

Engadget reports that it will be capable of writing at 12mb/sec and reading at 25mb/sec.

The 256 gigabyte flash drive has yet to become available at Currently the flash drive that offers the most space that is available on is the Kingston Data Traveler 200 128 Gigabyte model. It can be yours for $399.99.

On an unrelated note, here’s the Declaration of Independence set to the tune of Apologize by One Republic.

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