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  • Unsocial

    (un)Social

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    In the last decade, life has been transformed dramatically by the ever-evolving technology in the world. Phones, computers, music-playing devices, TVs: everything is getting smaller and “smarter.” At the heart of all this lies social media. These sites pervade even the smallest aspects of our lives. Social sites are a dime a dozen, and they taking over traditional forms of communication. Now, it is traditional for everyone to have a…

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    Sunsets, Seashells, & Shifting Perspectives

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    Anybody that knows me knows that I absolutely love the beach. Even more than that, I love the sunset at the beach. This week I was blessed by an unexpected surprise. I arrived at school for my college class (which happens to be 10 minutes from the beach) only to find out that it had been canceled without our teacher letting us know. Well, now what? We were stuck at…

  • OSX Messages

    iMessage on your Mac

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    This should be a quick post. I’ve used the Messages app on OS X before, but recently I’ve found it incredibly handy. Messages is an app that you can download for the Mac OS that allows you to send iMessages to friends and family with iOS devices. If you spend a lot of time on your computer this could be an invaluable asset to you. Messages automatically syncs up with…

  • PhillipsTopTen

    Phillip’s Top Ten Albums of 2013

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    1. Conviction – The Crimson Armada When I was looking for something Christian, but also something really heavy (coming down off a Suicide Silence high) I found this and fell in love. 2. Flyleaf – Flyleaf I’ve listened to Flyleaf for years, and I never thought they were Christian until I took a closer listen. After that, this album was fundamental in my early growth in Christ. 3. Define the…

  • Im A Vampire

    I’m a Vampire

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    Proverbs 28:13 He who conceals his sins does not prosper, but whoever confesses and renounces them finds mercy. This verse reminded me of an old song by Blindside on their second CD called “Caught a Glimpse.” Specifically, it reminded me of the chorus: “I’m a vampire, I’m a vampire / I’m afraid the light will set me on fire” So many times we conceal ourselves out of shame. We’re ashamed…

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  • Unsocial

    (un)Social

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    In the last decade, life has been transformed dramatically by the ever-evolving technology in the world. Phones, computers, music-playing devices, TVs: everything is getting smaller and “smarter.” At the heart of all this lies social media. These sites pervade even the smallest aspects of our lives. Social sites are a dime a dozen, and they taking over traditional forms of communication. Now, it is traditional for everyone to have a…

  • PhillipsTopTen

    Phillip’s Top Ten Albums of 2013

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    1. Conviction – The Crimson Armada When I was looking for something Christian, but also something really heavy (coming down off a Suicide Silence high) I found this and fell in love. 2. Flyleaf – Flyleaf I’ve listened to Flyleaf for years, and I never thought they were Christian until I took a closer listen. After that, this album was fundamental in my early growth in Christ. 3. Define the…

  • Jailbreak

    Jailbroken: Get more out of your iPhone

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    Apple is one of the top leaders in the mobile phone market and has revolutionized countless aspects of our daily lives.   Even so there are many complaints against the software limitations  and restrictions of Apple products that some users find extremely cumbersome.  Unlike Android devices, Apple products are severely constrained when it comes to customization.  Unfortunately, this does not seem to be of importance to the Apple.  Nevertheless, some Apple…

  • sunsets collage

    Sunsets, Seashells, & Shifting Perspectives

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    Anybody that knows me knows that I absolutely love the beach. Even more than that, I love the sunset at the beach. This week I was blessed by an unexpected surprise. I arrived at school for my college class (which happens to be 10 minutes from the beach) only to find out that it had been canceled without our teacher letting us know. Well, now what? We were stuck at…

  • Im A Vampire

    I’m a Vampire

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    Proverbs 28:13 He who conceals his sins does not prosper, but whoever confesses and renounces them finds mercy. This verse reminded me of an old song by Blindside on their second CD called “Caught a Glimpse.” Specifically, it reminded me of the chorus: “I’m a vampire, I’m a vampire / I’m afraid the light will set me on fire” So many times we conceal ourselves out of shame. We’re ashamed…

  • Behind The Scenes

    Behind the Scenes

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    12 For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms. — Ephesians 6:12 Being a youth pastor, which I was for several years, I am often approached by youth who are in fights with each other or with their parents. These students love the Lord,…

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    Noah

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    This movie, though it has its faults, brought the story of Noah alive in many ways that I was not expecting. Speaking for myself, sometimes when I read the stories of the Old Testament I have trouble picturing or empathizing with the people involved. Especially stories that cover several years in very few chapters. Yes, there are tons of liberties taken with the story and much of the drama is…

  • Captain America

    Captain America: The Winter Soldier

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    The American hero returns to the big screen in Marvel’s newest film Captain America: The Winter Soldier. The movie opens with Steve Rogers (Captain America) after the events seen in The Avengers, adjusting to a somewhat normal routine. It is apparent that Cap is struggling with the way S.H.I.E.L.D. is handling the prospect of terrorism in the nation because their methods of action contradict everything he stands for.  These methods, however, turn…

  • Divergent

    Divergent

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    When I sat down last night with friends to watch Divergent, I knew three things. (1) My wife Bethany really liked the book. (2) With a two hour and twenty minute run time, it is long. (3) It’s a futuristic distopian society that breaks people into separate factions. Needless to say, I was intrigued. I’m a huge fan of distopian future films. One of my favorite of all time is…

  • Anthony's Tweaks

    Anthony’s Favorite Jailbreak Tweaks & Apps 2014

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    A jailbroken iOS device is meant to increase efficiency, and provide you with some pretty neat features. You’ve read Bryce’s list of great tweaks and apps, so now I’d like to provide you with another list of my personal favorites. Auxo 2 is the updated version of Auxo, one of iOS 6’s most popular tweaks. It easily allows the user to seamlessly switch between apps with the help of a completely…

  • Bryces Tweaks

    Bryce’s Favorite Jailbreak Tweaks & Apps 2014

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    I love Jailbreaking. Jailbreaking allows my iPhone 5s to be better than stock iOS7 would otherwise allow. I’ve always been an apple fan. However, recently I had an Android Nexus 4 for a year. I loved that phone. More specifically I loved the Android Operating system for it’s freedom of customization and personalization. But, overall I am more satisfied with the iPhone as a piece of hardware. To put it…