3, 2, 1…
This has been a busy week but I thought I would share some musings and things that I use from day to day and week to week in a post called 3,2,1. So here are…
– Pocket: Holds anything and everything, links, videos, etc…Whatever you come across but don’t have time to look at, just put it in your pocket and retrieve across all devices.
–Flipboard: This is a great reader app that lets you put all of your news feeds or social media updates in one place. As indicated, you can just flip through everything in one spot without having to change to different apps, news feeds, or social media streams.
–Lookout: Whether you have a high dollar or bottom dollar smartphone chances are you don’t want to lose it or pay for another one. Lookout is a great app which not only helps secure your smartphone, it also has features which can help identify where the device is if lost or stolen. It has additional features that can be provided at a cost, but the free features are more than enough to validate its use.
2 TV Shows
– Shark Tank: Reality TV done well, yes it’s about money but it is also about the creativity and ingenuity of the human spirit…and a great place to preview new gadgets #justsayin
– The Bible: The History Chanel’s presentation by Roma Downey and Mark Burnett has sparked a lot of conversation for people of all faiths. The series highlights some of the more captivating events in the Bible and culminates with the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Although it is only a miniseries it is definitely worth watching.
1 Worship Song
– Overcome by Desperation Band: The lyrics are encouraging and spiritually inspiring whilst revealing the entirety of the gospel and reiterating what Jesus Christ accomplished on the cross.
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