That—in spite of everything, no matter what, whatever it cost him—God won’t ever stop loving his children … with a wonderful, Never Stopping, Never Giving Up, Unbreaking, Always and Forever Love.
Sally Lloyd-Jones on The Gospel Coalition.
“We’re starting to do some things differently,” Phil Schiller said to me.
No kidding, not only are Apple surprising us with this announcement, they’re surprising us with how they’re doing it. A one on one keynote to announce the next major version of OS X for a select number of writers. Apple really do know how to work things to give the best impact.
For a moment yesterday when I checked Twitter and saw talk of Mountain Lion, I had to check it wasn’t April 1st. I quickly discovered it wasn’t a joke and Apple had announced the next version of OS X, bringing some iOS apps to the Mac.
Important for making the new Messages app on the Mac sync with all your iOS devices.
(Via Jim Dalrymple.)
If Apple were trying to make Mountain Lion more like iOS we would be touching the screen of our computers to interact with out apps instead of using the keyboard and mouse.
Mountain Lion is about familiarity and integration. The new features and apps in Mountain Lion make sense for a desktop operating system.
(Via Jim Dalrymple.)
And keep in mind that having a daily “quiet time” or “devotions,” without communing with Jesus, won’t keep your soul alive. Mere reading and studying won’t do it. By itself, new information about God—glorious as it is—won’t keep our hearts soft and our souls breathing. We need the person of Jesus himself whom we find in and through the Scriptures. Our souls long for a living connection with the living God-man. We were made for this.
David Mathis in Study the Word for More Than Words.
I think I would be more approving if someone told me that I’m “developing as a photographer” as oppose to stating that I’m talented because that would at least take into account the fact that I’m “developing” as a result of all the work that I do on my end but that you rarely see or hear about.
Jorge Quinteros on The Topic of Talent.
For a device that many states require a driver to use, if they want to talk on the phone while driving, it is pretty amazing how crappy most of the bluetooth headset offerings are.
I’ve had similar experiences with Bluetooth headsets as Ben does in his review. Currently I have a Jabra and it doesn’t fit my ear whilst suffering the same interference problems as the Jawbone Era.