Monthly Archives: December 2014

Art Beyond Technology

For those of us who use a camera to create art (even in a broad sense of the term ‘art’), there is a need to have technological tools and expertise. As a boy on a basketball team, I practiced lay … Continue reading

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The Not So Very Merry Christmas

In church yesterday, a young man shared that his uncle had murdered his beloved grandparents on Christmas day a few years ago.  Many have lost friends and loved ones to suicide at Christmas.  Our pastor shared that one of his … Continue reading

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Tom’s Top Tech of 2014

The weeks before Christmas seem like the perfect time to reflect back on the year’s new and interesting customer electronics. Back, despite no popular demand, Tom’s Top Tech of the Year. 10. The Motorola Keylink. For $25, this little guy … Continue reading

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