Monthly Archives: March 2007

Called and installed

As of yesterday, I am not only an ordained Minister of Word and Sacrament, not only serving as pastor at a local church, but now, finally, I am installed. Six months ago, when I began serving, someone from pby. (COM? … Continue reading

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New thumb drive – w00t!

I drove down to the office supply store and bought a new USB thumb drive, viz., an Ativa U3 smart drive. I ferry data back and forth from home to work with one of these, and it would often fill … Continue reading

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Stayin’ Alive

Last week was pretty intense. But I survived. I had to plan three worship services, write two sermons, have five (5) committee meetings and one session meeting, attend Presbytery, and prepare two Bible studies. Actually I probably had to do … Continue reading

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learning the iApps

I recently put together a project that requires me to learn iPhoto, iMovie, and iDVD. (To be honest, what the project really required was Powerpoint and a computer-plus-projector setup. But I didn’t have that, and I did have a DVD … Continue reading

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Break’s Over! Back to Work!

I just had my first vacation since becoming a pastor: a week off, starting last Monday and concluding today. We went to the beach and chilled. I met some people from seminary at the church I attended there, and I … Continue reading

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what makes system admin so much fun

I am in the middle of a new project (more later) that has me doing some stuff at the command line. I do the bulk of my work at the command line, even on the mac, because it’s so much … Continue reading

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