Saturday, March 15, 2014

President Link-on

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* 5 Surprising Signs Your Co-workers Think You're a Jerk -- "If you find some of your co-workers displaying any of these five signs, you may need to wake up and come to terms with the fact that you’re driving them nuts."
* 25 Ways the Web Has Changed the World -- "The World Wide Web celebrates its 25th birthday this week, and what an impressive 20-something it is."
* A Biblical Perspective on Music -- "Before we can come to an honest and Scripturally led conclusion as to whether our music is a personal preference or a Holy Spirit led convincing, we must read all what God has to say about music."
* Arizona same-sex couples sue state over gay marriage ban -- "The lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court in Phoenix by seven same-sex couples and two people whose same-sex partners had died."
* Ben Carson CPAC Speech: Gay People 'Don't Get Extra Rights' -- "Of course gay people should have the same rights as everyone else, but they don't get extra rights. They don't get to redefine marriage."
* Ben Carson excites CPAC crowd, says left trying to silence him -- "I will continue to defy the PC [political correctness] police who have tried, in many cases, to shut me up! I actually find them pretty amusing."
* Colorado Man Could Sue Divers Who Saved Him From Submerged Car -- "He said the first responders were also included because they did not realize Ortiz was trapped in the car until they prepared to lift it out of the water."
* Faith and Chance -- "Chance Cemetery. Just a few mile north of the Faith, as the golden eagle flies."
* Jesus and Tithing -- "Do these words of Jesus mean that New Covenant believers should tithe?"
* NSA has 'industrial scale' malware for spying -- "...the surveillance technology allows the NSA to infect potentially millions of computers worldwide with malware 'implants'..."
* Obamacare's problem: You can't fix stupid -- "Our Constitutionally guaranteed freedom in this country isn't just a slogan. It means the freedom to succeed and the freedom to fail. The freedom to be smart, and the freedom to be stupid. And just because you can't fix stupid, it doesn't mean we should try to fix or amend freedom."
* Performance Practice of Early American Hymnody: Tempo and the “Moods of Time” by Erin Fulton -- "Modern time signatures indicate metrical organization in notated music. However, in most American hymnals and psalters published between 1721 and 1809, time signatures also signify very specific tempi."

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