As I do every Sunday, I made my way over to Mosaic Church Austin to share corporate worship with fellow followers, and brothers and sisters in Christ.
Weekends often fly by when your having fun, especially this past weekend as I attended a Men’s Retreat.
I managed to escape Austin’s nightmarish traffic to head south to New Braunfels, Texas.
Although it’s sad to admit, churches are often quite behind when it comes to embracing and harnessing the power of technology to share their faith.
Fortunately, I’m grateful to be an active member of a church in the eclectic city of Austin where only roughly 16% of the population actively attends church.
Our church embraces technology and does a decent job effectively using domains to share the Gospel and draw awareness to the Gospel in general.
Welcome back! As I was in search of a sporting event the night we arrived home from the hospital after the arrival of our beautiful baby girl, I encountered MLB game.
Not much of a baseball fan outside of the Texas Rangers, I decided to let channel surfing rest and watch a few innings.
As innings progressed, I took notice of a billboard behind home plate.
Just wanted to share an interesting domain usage I recently spotted.
I happened to be traveling to Houston for work when I spotted a billboard for an Austin-based attorney.
Just the other day while watching TV, I happened to be channel surfing and an interesting thing occurred.
As I was trying to make myself a birdie and fly far away from the captivity of toddler cartoons, I happened to land on Dr. Charles Stanley’s, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in northern Atlanta, Georgia, InTouch Ministries TV segment.
As I’ve read a few of Dr. Stanley’s books, heard his son Andy speak a time or two, and caught a few of Dr. Stanley’s sermons, I decided to allow channel surfing to cease once I realized it was him.
And before we go any further, No, I’m not going to pepper you with his sermon (although it was good enough to share, as it is always).
While watching the news and hoping for a rain-free weather forecast a few nights ago, I spotted a local austin company using a .PRO domain name.
I typically encounter .com, .net and .org domains for just about 90 percent of the commercials aired.
Although I’m not a fan of uppercased domain usage when advertising, as it’s too hard on the eyes to read and make out distinct wording, I was quite amazed to see Real Green make use of the .PRO in their televised commercial.
I know you’re already wondering what type of company I’m referencing today, right?
I can hear you as I type, “What is atrial fibrillation treatment?”
In short, atrial fibrillation is an irregular, often rapid heart rate that commonly causes poor blood flow.
Untreated, atrial fibrillation leads to two major complications: stroke and heart failure. Not good by any stretch of the imagination.
Now that you know, there are quite a few companies that specialize in atrial fibrillation treatment.
Recently, I’ve seen a certain company’s commercials, as well as its competition, more than a few times.
In total transparency, I highly dislike some, if not all, of the commercials and medications because of the side effects seeming to cause more harm than help.
Today’s post caught me by surprise, to say the least.
As you should know by now, I keep my iPhone or iPad near me at all times when watching TV, primarily when watching the news and more specifically, the weather forecast.
Yes, I know that I can simply pull up the weather using an app or my trusty old iPhone.