Archive | November, 2012

The Truth Shall Make You Free

Posted on 17 November 2012

  Other than a child, you will probably have trouble finding someone who has never heard of Adam and Eve.  People all over the world know at least some Biblical names, words or sayings.  One well-known saying from the Bible is “the truth shall make you free.”  These words were spoken by the Lord Jesus […]

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The Soda Ban Debate

Posted on 13 November 2012

  The infogram below presents some valuable factual information about soda and health and, regardless of your position on Mayor Bloomberg’s soda ban in New York City, bears consideration by everyone who regularly consumes soda – particularly, sugary soda.  

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Nintendo and Video Gaming Technology

Posted on 13 November 2012

  I am old enough that I can remember the first video game that went mainstream – Pong.  It was a console-based, two-dimensional table tennis game that could be played with one or two players.  The player(s) controlled a paddle that was basically a short vertical line and attempted to keep a small circle representing […]

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Electricity and Entertainment

Posted on 10 November 2012

  The massive power outages caused by Hurricane Sandy, or “Frankenstorm” as it has been dubbed due to its proximity to Halloween, has many in New Jersey considering – perhaps, for the first time – what life would be like without electric power.  Electricity provides mobility, connectivity, and creature comforts unimagined by most just two […]

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When the Power Goes Out

Posted on 03 November 2012

  Few of us ever pause to consider how pervasive an influence is electricity in our lives; until that is, we find ourselves without it.  In the past two years, however, many of us in New Jersey have had a glimpse of what life without electricity is like.   In 2011, I personally had no […]

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