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Quick post March 14, 2006

Posted by eric22222 in General.

Currently listening to: “One Minute to Zero” by Holland

Google has taken a step into useless territory. Their latest project takes the Google Maps engine and incorporates an area that you really wouldn’t need a map of. Not any time soon, at least. No roads, no buildings, no lakes or rivers, nothing of interest. The maps consist entirely of rocks, craters, and mountains. But, if you truly are into this sort of thing you can check out Google Mars.

Since I’m not much of the hard-hitting journalist some of my blogging friends are, I would like to point you in the direction of a post I read recently… My theologian friend Brennan posted yesterday; I really found it to be a good post. He discusses New Testament worship examples, focusing on the section in 1 Corinthians. Go ahead and check it out if you get a chance: The Ideal New Testament Worship Service.

I’m pretty sure there was something else I was going to say… I’ll post later if I think of it.



1. Tammy - March 14, 2006

Brennen? Lyida’s Brennen? Well that’s great! I have to go read that then. O_O I don’t really know who would want to google mars but it’s nice to know we have the option…right?

2. Brennan Hughes - March 15, 2006

Thanks for the link, bro.

I really relate to your search to see God’s “big picture” for your future. Be prepared to ask that question again and again…

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