Monthly Archives: October 2006

Transitioning to Linux… sort of

I admit it. I’m a Microsoft Windows addict. It started a long time ago when I switched from CP/M to MS-DOS. Then Microsoft Windows 1.0 came out, and I tried it… and even ran some programs under it. When Windows … Continue reading

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Sharpening the axe and laying the foundation

The last few months have been challenging to me, in terms of fighting frustration. My computer work has been like trying to run with lead weights on my feet. In a swamp. Things are looking up, though. A new computer … Continue reading

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My Toshiba computer got altitude sickness and trashed Microsoft Windows.

Seriously. I live and work at 8,400 feet above sea level. The view is great, here, but the air is kind of thin. The lower air density means that the same volume of air is capable of removing less heat … Continue reading

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Wish List — Our Current Needs

[updated 26 October 2006] Until now, I haven’t done much sharing of what our needs are as missionaries with you. I discuss them with the Lord, of course, and He often puts things on people’s hearts to give to help … Continue reading

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Beauty and Morality

I’ve been thinking a lot about beauty and morality, lately. I like to look for and enjoy beauty. I enjoy photographing beautiful scenery. I think that one reason I enjoy photography so much is that it helps me practice looking … Continue reading

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Computer Glitch! Whodunnit?

As I wrote before, my experience with my Toshiba Satellite P35 has not been a pleasant one. It has spent more time away from me and in the possession of repair personnel than any other computer I have owned. After … Continue reading

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Why write a psalm?

Why write a psalm? Why not? My reasons are: God is worthy of thanks, praise, and worship. Writing and reciting or singing a psalm is one way to give God the honor He deserves. We are made to worship God, … Continue reading

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