Daily Roundup for November 20, 2018

Daily Roundup for November 20, 2018

Here are the items and resources of interest for November 20, 2018:

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Theology/Christianity:


Technology:

  • How to Speed Up Your WiFi — an article from Popular Science
  • Alexa can now make Skype Calls — The popular Amazon Echo can now call people on your Skype list. Read the article from Engadget to learn how. 
  • One UI from Samsung — “One UI helps you focus on what really matters to you. With hardware and software working together in harmony, see only what you need, using and viewing your phone with an experience that feels second nature. Because it’s the small details that make a big difference.” [From the website]. I registered for the beta and am waiting for the OTA (“over the air”) update on my Galaxy S9+. 
  • Surface Pro 6 review — from CNET. I have my eye on it, but it is pricey. I will be content with my Surface Pro 3. 

Other:

 

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Daily Roundup for January 19, 2018

Daily Roundup for January 19, 2018

Here are the items and resources of interest for January 19, 2018:

NEW FEATURE: Each weekday I will be asking a simple question related to theology or technology.  Feel free to post an answer in the comments section (Facebook or the site itself). There will also be an article or two related to the question. 

Today’s Question: Do you think children should be examined by the elders before coming to the Lord’s Table? Why? Defend your answer. 

 

Theology/Christianity:

 

 

Technology:

  • I strongly recommend two-factor authenticationThis article will tell you how
  • The iOS slowdown will be fixed with the next iOS update
  • Technology Tip: NOTE: Each Friday I will offer some “tech tips” on various topics.  This week: Using Pocket.  Pocket is a great tool to have around.  There are many good articles on the internet, and the big challenge is what to do with all of this information. My practice is to use Pocket whenever I find something worth keeping. Pocket is free (there is also a premium version).  Once you sign up, you can begin collecting articles, etc. As you save them, I suggest you tag them so you can find them later. 

Other:

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