Christianity Is Not Anti-Science

“The cosmos is all that is, or ever was, or ever will be.” -Carl Sagan

Those are the opening words to the original 13-part series from 1980 and the rebooted version which started airing on FOX March 9, 2014. Sounds cool doesn’t it? I think so. The problem with that statement is that it doesn’t leave any room for God.

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

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XP No More – WHS 104

After April 8, 2014 Microsoft will no longer offer security updates for their Windows XP operating system. How does the impending end of support for Windows XP impact you? What precautions should you take if you intend to continue using Windows XP? The way I see it you can do one of five things: Continue Reading →


Connecting a Laptop to Your TV for Greater Display of Information

For the past several years, televisions have been designed to include VGA, DMI and HDMI connector points. These connections are not only to use with DVD, Bluray or game console systems. Using your laptop, you can connect the TV in order to turn it into a second monitor. With this kind of connection present, you can either clone both displays to show the same screen or turn your television into an extension of your desktop – allowing you to move certain windows and applications to the TV screen.

Connecting Your Laptop to the TV for Greater Display of Information

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What’s All This Flap About Flappy Bird? – WHS 103

There’s been a lot of talk about the game Flappy Bird in the past week. After the creator of the game pulled it from the AppStore I got to thinking about how we are preparing our kids for success. I duscuss that and more in this week’s episode of the podcast.

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