Taylor Swift, Can We Calmly Disagree?

It’s Pride month, most companies have adorned their social media accounts with some version of the LGBT flag, and now Taylor Swift has written a new song and produced an entire music video for the occasion. But more than celebrating *Pride*, this new music video clearly reveals what Swift and many other LGBT supporters think of those with different convictions.

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The Unbending Truth

Imagine you and a friend hiking a forest trail. You come to a crossroads and two signs greet you: Head North and you will reach the exit safely. Head South and certain danger and peril await.

The choice seems pretty clear, so you and your friend pull out a compass. Holding them out it is clear that both are pointing left. Unequivocally, the North side of each compass clearly direct to the safe path. But your friend has a thought…

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God and The Octopus

Can one truly connect a mollusk sea creature to the existence of God? While it may seem a frivolous attempt, I believe the world of octopuses (apparently octopi, is incorrect) provides a beautiful picture of why our superiority as humans may be in question.

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A Most Difficult Year

Of all the mediums to carry thought and creativity, I still find the written word standing above the rest.

Even in digital form, there seems to be a permanence, the essence of a planted flag, when we write our thoughts for all to see.

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Using iOS 12 Parental Controls for iPhone and iPad

If you have children old enough to press the home button on your device, you’ve probably already had to deal with the idea of screen time. Growing up, screen time meant limiting AOL instant messenger, which only lived on the large Compaq Presario desktop near the kitchen.

Today, managing screen time with kids is…a little more challenging. Typically the average household probably has multiple devices, including the parent’s phones, iPads, an iPod Touch here and there, the uncle’s old iPhone, and increasingly, the child’s own device.

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