The Plants vs. Zombies game franchise has been one of my favorites for years now. PvZ & PvZ 2 are have been on all of my IOS devices and have never left since they were first installed. They continue to be great options for burning time when there is simply nothing else to do or I simply want to relax.
From the first time I saw Back to the Future, I’ve always thought that time travel would be awesome. In theory, going back to stop my younger self from making stupid decisions sounds like a great idea, but I guess there could be some problems.
In an average day I use a number of applications (laptop, mobile and web) to manage both my personal and work life. Evernote is the only application that helps me manage both.
As of today, I’ve been using iOS 7 for three weeks. I’ve run Developer Preview One and I’m now running Developer Preview Two. What do I think so far? I’m pleasantly surprised and very impressed.
Plants vs. Zombies has been one of my favorite games since it originally came out for iOS in 2010. The game has been a staple on my iPhone and iPad since purchasing them and has kept me sane in many a waiting room.
Here’s a list of the hardware and software that help me manage my life. What works for me will not always work for you, but hopefully it will provide a few ideas as to how to create or improve your own.
Since then I have purchased a 13″ MacBook Pro for my wife, 16GB & 64GB 1st Generation iPads, a 32GB White iPhone for my wife and a Black 32GB iPhone for myself. My most recent purchase was a 11″ MacBook Air that replaced the 13″ Black MacBook.
Christian Culture always amazes me. I stumbled across this video thanks to ChurchMag yesterday and couldn’t resist posting it. Anyone know where I can watch or get my very own copy?
Anyone that has ever worked for a medium to large company knows that procuring a computer and hardware accessories needed to do one’s job can be a real hassle (to say the least).