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Listen below with the audio player or Click Here for complete show notes and video from the show. Feedback * Megan Enloe – Email What is your Geekish wish/prediction/hope for the new year? Technorama Chuck On This Day In History for January 6, 2021 This is the 6th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 359 days remaining in 2021. It was on this date in 1838, that Alfred Vail and colleagues demonstrated a telegraph system using dots and dashes (this is the forerunner of Morse code).. Also on January 6, 1847, Samuel Colt obtained his first contract for the sale of revolver pistols to the United States government.. Also today in 1912, German geophysicist Alfred Wegener first presented his theory of continental drift.. It was also this date in 1930 that The first diesel-powered automobile trip was completed, from Indianapolis, Indiana, to New York, New York.. 74 years ago today, Pan American Airlines became the first commercial airline to offer a round-the-world ticket. It was 47 years ago today, that In response to the 1973 oil crisis, daylight saving time commenced nearly four months early in the United States. Happy birthday goes out on this date to: French martyr and saint, Joan of Arc, born on this date in 1412. Born January 6, 1561, Danish mathematician and physicist Thomas Fincke. French chemist and academic, Anselme Payen was born 226 years ago today. Born January 6, 1807, German-Hungarian mathematician and physicist Joseph Petzval. American cowboy and actor, Tom Mix was born 141 years ago today. Danny Thomas, the American actor, comedian, producer and humanitarian was born 109 years ago today. Born January 6, 1920, Korean religious leader; founder of the Unification Church Sun Myung Moon. Earl Scruggs, the American banjo player was born 97 years ago today. American engineer and businessman, founded the DeLorean Motor Company, John DeLorean, born on this date in 1925. American actor, Vic Tayback was born 91 years ag today. Oleg Grigoryevich Makarov, the Russian engineer and astronaut was born 88 years ago today. Born January 6, 1944, American actress and singer Bonnie Franklin. Also turning 77 today is Swiss immunologist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate Rolf M. Zinkernagel. Also born on that same date in 1948, American colonel and astronaut, Guy Gardner. British-American astrophysicist and astronaut, Michael Foale, born on this date in 1957. Born January 6, 1968, American director, producer, and screenwriter John Singleton. Listener Birthdays 3 – Thomas Gideon (The Command Line Podcast) 6 – Steve Therrien (Canada) 8 – Elvis! 9 – Lingo from the Brit & Yankee pubcast And that’s the way it was, on this day in history for January 6, 2021. If you want to get on the Technorama Birthday Calendar, visit our website and look for the Birthday Calendar link. News Recovering Samples From the Moon, China’s Chang’e-5 Team Used Exoskeletons – Slashdot Hacks & Strange Stories Some ...
That day has come! We all come up on “that day,” either with joy or dismay. I have a little bit of both that I’m publishing the last episode of the Home Server Show. It all started in 2008 and now comes to end. My podcasting is not over however. I have a brand new show and I’ll talk about that in this last episode. I’ll also talk about how HSS started and we will bookend this journey with Ian Dixon who was my first interview and on the first episode. Check out RESET at mccabe.io I gave brief thanks and mentions during this short episode. Honestly, I could have spent an hour listing people. I wanted to type them out here. I don’t know why but I really didn’t want choke up during that last episode. Seems silly right? The other thing is I’ve stared at this post for hours. I can’t possibly list everyone. I am going to leave someone out and it’s not on purpose. I’ve aged folks. Why do you think I started a forum? So I could ask questions to you guys! I can’t possibly list you all and I’m sorry if you don’t see your name here. Many thanks to all who have interviewed with me, talked to me about their gear, have and continue to participate in my many forums. You have participated in all my crazy ideas, my popular ones and my failed ones! Thank you as well to everyone who has co-hosted with me on Home Server Show and Surface Geeks. There is no way I could list all those people but Chris Lux, John Zajdler, and Jim Collison stick out in my mind. What a wonderful time we had together during the HSS Version 1 days. Jim, thanks for sticking with me Speaking of hey days. Ian Dixon, Andrew Edney, Alex Kuretz, Terry Walsh, Phillip Churchill, Christopher Courtney, Kevin Schoonover, John Stutsman, Chris Kenney, Rich O’Neal, Mike Faucher, Jose Ortiz, Michael Martis, Tim Daleo, Jim McCarthy, Jim Clark, Garry Whittaker, Dewain Robinson, Kyle Reddoch, John Wiskowski, Darren Cohen, Synology, WD, Icy Dock, and you. Yes, you reading this. That’s who I have to thank. All who have listened. All who have read. Every single one of the V1 Add-In Developers. You guys rocked. All the top posters in the HSS Forums. Meetup attendees. You are a crazy bunch! Microsoft. WHS Team, Ex Softie, now Amazon Alexa: Charlie Kindel, Surface Team, Windows Insider Team. The Indianapolis Microsoft Store for treating me like a “big shot.” Nanette Winter, the community director, for coming through with all my requests. Thanks for a great ride. I hope you like RESET and I’ll see you in the forums.
Monday 4th December Clyde 1 Superscoreboard
Pastors tell us how to do church during the pandemic, plus last-minute tips for Tuesday’s national election, and she’s uncomfortable with him saying “I love you.” Featured musical artist: All Sons & Daughters Roundtable: Pastors Tackle the Pandemic When COVID-19 shut down countries and economies around the world, churches were uniquely affected. Many churches shut their doors and went online immediately, and some have yet to resume meeting in person. The distance and disconnectedness have taken their toll. Many church-goers feel angry and isolated; some have drifted away entirely. This week’s panel of pastors shares the frustrations and challenges they’ve encountered in leading a church during this unprecedented time, as well as opportunities for ministry and growth that have surfaced. They also give helpful ideas for staying connected at church and supporting your pastor and ministry team in this season. Culture: Cast Your Ballot and Pray For months, we’ve been bombarded with TV commercials and bulk mail ads telling us who and what to vote for (and against) in this national election. And now the time has come. With the election less than a week away, it’s time to cast your ballot. John Stonestreet, president of The Colson Center for Christian Worldview, explains why it’s important for Christians to vote in this election — and how to make an informed decision. He also gives tips for discerning the truth from a lie in the midst of information overload. Most importantly, he calls us to pray for God’s will and glory to be revealed, whatever the outcome. Inbox: Uncomfortable With “I Love You” She’s dating a guy and really likes him. But after a couple of dates, he’s already saying “I love you.” She’s tried to awkwardly ignore it, but it’s making her increasingly uncomfortable when he says it. Is it time to speak up? Counselor Glenn Lutjens weighs in.
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The Mystery of Prayer - 11-09-2013
Listen to my podcast as I answer some of your questions that I received from people either from social media, in person at events or people I've met along the way. I hope you enjoy it! ❤️ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qalexander/support
Have a laugh on us! -- There are many different types of laughter If I sing them to you now you might remember them after You bite into some food that is really bitter Your friend sees your face and he starts to titter You notice that your teacher is a big nose picker You know you shouldn't laugh but you start to snicker A laugh that sounds like a bird is called a cackle If it's loud enough, it will raise your hackles The funniest thing that you ever saw Is likely to cause you to guffaw When you laugh real loud, that's called a chortle We need to learn to laugh because we're mortal There are many different types of laughter If I sing them to you now you might remember them after
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