Daily Roundup for October 11, 2019

Daily Roundup for October 11, 2019

Here are the items and resources of interest for October 11, 2019:

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Theology/Christianity:

 

Technology

  • For those of you who are searching for the best task list, there are many options available. The Microsoft version has just received an update. In case you are wondering, I am using Todoist. Google tasks also received an update. Next week I will be writing a review of Todoist. 
  • I have been experimenting with “mind-mapping” and Lifehacker has given a list of the best tools in this area for 2019. 
  • Charging our devices is a way of life. This cable will charge your iPhone from 0-80 percent in under an hour. Read more here.
  • Honey – I have been using this browser extension for quite some time. It will save you money when you make purchases on the internet by scanning for discount codes that you probably do not know exits. It will convert your savings into “honey gold” that you can redeem for gift cards to popular stores, including Walmart and Amazon. You should use it. I now have enough honey gold to get over $50 in gift cards at Amazon. PRICE: Free. Risk: None. Benefit: You save money wherever you shop online. It is silly not to try it. 
  • Phone battle: The Samsung Galaxy S10+ vs. the OnePlus 7T Pro.

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Daily Roundup for February 13, 2018

Daily Roundup for February 13, 2018

Here are the items and resources of interest for February 13, 2018:


Theology/Christianity:

 

Banner of Truth

 

Technology:

  • Windows makes it easier to preview apps — article by Daniel Cooper
  • A cyber attack at the Winter Olympics — This is not surprising, to be honest.
  • Speaking of the Winter Olympics, this is how you can watch it online
  • I use Chrome as my default browser.  However, it will eat up a ton of memory if you have numerous tabs open as I usually do. Currently, I am running 23 open tabs with some of them pinned (which means they are always running).  I have been experimenting with this Chrome Extension to see if it will do what it proclaims to do and so far I have been very pleased. I have tested it against a memory use graph to see if it does give me back the RAM as it promises. So far it is working as advertised. 

 

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Daily Roundup for May 3, 2017

  Here are the items and resources for May 3, 2017:

Theology/Christianity:

Technology:

Miscellaneous:

  • The SELF Journal — I am an organization nut and this journal looks very good and very helpful. 
  • Do you enjoy taking naps? This article may interest you.