things to which I have serious concerns - none of which include the government shutting down. I couldn't care less.
And many other people have the same concerns.
When is enough tech enough?
For many of us it's consuming our lives - you know, the life we're supposed to be living.
Gavin McGinnis sums it up nicely in a video (below) he did back in 2015, and the problem is way worse now.
I picked up the video over at Fran Porretto's place on the web, where he shares his concerns in Diversions And Devotions: A Sunday Rumination. Take a moment and read it and then come back here and tell me your thoughts.
I'm a firm believer that God sends messages to us when we most need them.
Yesterday I read a short and concise book Hacking Laziness: How to Outwit, Outsmart & Outmaneuver Procrastination on my Kindle. It was only $2.99 and I thought, "Hey, how bad can it be?"
It turned out to be very good. Obviously the author agreed with one of my favorite mantra's of "cut to the chase." I don't want to read a bunch of psychological gobbledygook. I just want some hacks. The author, Mike Buffington, does that - and I thank him.
I know the video looks like it won't play, but it will. Warning: If you're not familiar with Gavin McGinnis, he uses some very salty language to get his message across.
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