So, my devotion today was from Slice of Infinity. I’m going to try to digest this before I have some breakfast to literally digest. Here are the sentences that jumped at me. “‘I’m only human,’ is a plea for leniency with regards shortcoming.” “Thus, the great paradox of humanity can be rightly acknowledged: we find in being human both a deep and sacred honor and yet a profound disgrace.” The article is entitled, “Only Human,” addressing the universal mindset that ‘to err is human.’ Humanity, many times, is that disclaimer we use in every day vernacular to excuse ourselves from the small misgivings to the very serious accusations. Our humanity gives us unspoken rights to misspell simple words, forget to accomplish tasks, cheat on our spouse, or murder innocent people, etc. Like what Jill Caratini said, it’s like a “plea for leniency.” But the article also goes to expound that the thinking of humanity is diametrically exposed to very brilliant abilities. Being human has invented uses for electricity, found mathmetical equations that has brought people to the moon, has gone to study all the intricacies of the human body and how each part has an homeostatic environment to preserve […]
OneLessDesk @ hecklerdesign.com Pros: Just look at it. Cons: It’s $899 smackaroos. And if you are like me, you’d worry about the wires. Where are the wires? Seriously, where are they? Heckler Design will only produce 100 of these very simple, 1984ish, space age looking desk. Check out their gallery for other combinations on how it can simplify the way you setup your desk at home or your home office. Click here for the gallery.
One of the gifts I got from my wife this Christmas is the Ceiva LF4008. This 8 inch digital frame is a thing of beauty. It has a built in external memory card reader and can display 500 pictures at a time. The optimum size of the image that you can use for this digital frame is 800 x 600. It does have the capability to crop and fit your pictures in the event that it is vertical and not horizontal. I really love how this frame renders its pictures , you won’t even notice that this is a digital frame, the non-glossy surface of the LCD screen makes it look like its one of those static frames. This device has the uncanny feature of self updating its pictures but you’d have to shell out $7.95 per month for a premium service. For you to be able to do that, you would have to either connect via a phone line (are you kidding me?) or buy a couple of their adapters so you can either connect via Ethernet or through a Wi-Fi connection. The fact that they didn’t include those in the box, makes me kind of peeved as a […]