Unexpected Personal Costs of Upgrading to the Latest MacOS Moving to the latest MacOS means the end of older 32-bit apps. In the past I haven’t thought twice about jettisoning whatever apps haven’t been kept up-to-date and done the upgrade. This time I’ve been struck by a couple apps that would require a paid upgrade to keep using the apps. I’m in a little shocked … Continue reading Unexpected Personal Costs of Upgrading to the Latest MacOS
In Good Faith is about the promises we make and the promises that are made to us. And “In Bad Faith” is the reality that it’s always more complicated than promised. How far off things are from the promises matters, and this needs to be addressed (thus this blog). For example, mom wants me to be in church this Easter Sunday. Being back in Las … Continue reading In Good Faith/In Bad Faith – Easter 2018
Is it a bad sign that one of the reasons I’m “still in the game” is my love of gadgets and my investment in Bible software? That’s probably not a good thing. Church attendance for moi for the past two months has been pretty much non-existent but part of me was encouraged to go back after a lovely conversation with an old friend from two … Continue reading For the Love of Gadgets
Accordance Training @ Fuller Seminary
Mac/Computer & Bible geeks in one space… how scary is this? Beyond the scariness of being among persons who qualify as geeks in two realms, this is a bit dangerous for me in that I’m feeling the pull of this life that I used to live over twenty years ago when I was a student here at Fuller. At lunch I walked around campus and downtown to get a sandwich. Alas, nothing was open on campus so I wasn’t able to go into the student center or cafeteria where I used to have lunch or break-time but the walk was nostalgic nonetheless. More than that, this visit made me pause and contemplate the course of my life.
So last week I finally decided that I needed to take another step and order this Bible software that would run on my Mac (my main system). I’d known about the software for some time, but it was a bit pricey and I’d already bought a pretty good package for my PC(s) way back last year when I first decided to re-open this door to … Continue reading Bible Geek