Opinionated Logic

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Creative Juices: Part 1

Wherein our hero chimes in on the art of creation

True story: I used to draw comic books. Stick figure comic books mind you, but I was proud of them nonetheless. I was prouder still of the stories these comics would tell. However, despite dabbling in comic book creation, I never considered myself a creative person. I personally felt that ideas were just too hard to come by to warrant any legitimate claim to that title. Then came web development, which changed things.

Seek His Face

Wherein the 27th Psalm speaks so clearly to our hero, that he is compelled to share.

Psalm 27 verses 7-10 Hear, O Lord, when I cry with my voice: have mercy also upon me, and answer me. When thou saidst, Seek ye my face; my heart said unto thee, Thy face, Lord, will I seek. Hide not thy face far from me; put not thy servant away in anger: thou hast been my help; …

Restoring YouVersion Bibles

Wherein our hero restores some previously downloaded bibles for YouVersion's Android Bible app

I purchased a Droid RAZR M — an AWE SOME Android phone recently (see review). After moving my old phone's sdcard to the new phone, the Bible app was not picking up my (already downloaded) KJV and NIV bibles. For those who aren't aware, last year YouVersion was able to offer the …

Baby Stuff

Wherein our hero post links to baby stuff

Nothing much to see here. I'm just posting some Amazon Affiliate links for stuff we're getting for the baby. We're going to order the following (non-essential) items:

Leaving Neverland

Wherein our hero pontificates on the inevitability of growing up

Some months ago, my wife and I went to visit some friends. Actually, I went to visit and she and her friend went out. On the way home I found myself in one of those introspective moods I usually have at random times. In that moment I slowly began realizing that something I never …

Building a better zombie

People have been talking recently about zombie attacks, pointing to them as signs and portents of our impending doom as a race. At first there was the story of the man who ate the face off a homeless man. He was shot by police, refused to stop eating the man's flesh, then shot some more until, apparently, he died. Next there was the story of the guy who had someone's bones in his basement and was found later to have eaten him.