Monthly Archives: March 2010

One less Linksys WRT-54G in the world

Well, actually, no. We still have it. But it’s unplugged. At the next garage sale, we’ll get rid of the carcass. I replaced my Linksys WRT-54G wireless router with an ASUS WL-520GU. Out of box, the ASUS is a better … Continue reading

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Wall of Moisture

Wall of Moisture Driving west on I-10 Sunday, I saw again why California has a desert. The moisture from the coast rarely makes it very far inland. This is at the San Gorgonio pass, about 100 miles E of Los … Continue reading

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More Sleep is Good for Learning

That’s the conclusion of a Minnesota school system. They reference a number of studies, but, let’s be honest: who cares? The shocking thing about the Edina school district is that they let kids’ needs trump things like bus-utilization and parent/teacher … Continue reading

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The Lives of Others

I finished watching The Lives of Others. That makes two subtitled foreign films this century! Awesome. It’s the story of a secret policeman with the East German Stasi and a couple he is assigned to investigate. I’m no good at … Continue reading

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Child Sacrifice?

This makes me sick: Argentines Francisco Lotero, 56, and Miriam Coletti, 23, shot their children before killing themselves after making an apparent suicide pact over fears about global warming. (There was, incredibly, a survivor.)

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Preaching Advice

I like this, from Mark Batterson: The longer I preach the more I realize that people don’t need to hear what I have to say but they do need a word from the Lord. (Interesting permalink for that article, by … Continue reading

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