Category: Technology Reviews


How Is Your Mint?

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26th August

There are an endless amount of things to buy—from the nicest clothes to the next Apple device. There’s always going to be something to buy, and there will always be ways to spend your money. We want to ever endure in God’s financial blessings, but are we keeping track of our money in the way we should. Are you shorting God, or are you shorting yourself?

We often hear that the love of money is the root of all evil (I Timothy 6:10) However, how often do we allow our materialistic items to rule our day? As soon as we get a notification on our phone we must answer, and we see our friend with the new coolest trend, we have the urge to rush to the nearest store. We should each take the opportunity to analyze our routines on … Read More »



It Makes Sense

Posted by Ryan O'Neil in Ryan O'Neil, Technology Reviews. 1 Comment

25th October

It makes sense. You’re still in the first generation of consumer cell phones. Of course you’re going to be addicted to them more than people will be in the future. You’re just—more comfortable with your phone. It makes uncomfortable elevator rides go quicker. Eating alone feels less awkward when scrolling through Facebook posts, as does dinner at the family reunion. For a little while, why is it so bad to join the catatonic masses with eyes-glazed by the flicker of their phones?

Why? Because you’re sacrificing your now for someone else’s yesterday. Everything you see online has already happened. You’re more content spending time watching a video or getting mad at a status that happened in the past than actually living where you actually are. The vicious cycle worsens: the more you envelop yourself in your phone, the harder it … Read More »



I Give My Stuff Away

Posted by Ryan O'Neil in Technology Reviews. No Comments

5th September

Wouldn’t eBay be much more awesome if you didn’t have to spend any money but could still get stuff you wanted? You’re young, in desperate need of cool stuff, and broke at the same time. If that’s you, you’re going to like this article. There is a new app called “Yerdle” that allows you to go shopping for free. Quite literally. The catch? You have to give away stuff to get stuff. Here’s how it works:

Download the Yerdle app from the app store or go to http://Yerdle.com.
Dig in your closet, garage, or basement to find cool stuff you just don’t need as much any more.
Add a picture of the item and a description.
Wait for hundreds of imaginary points to start being bid on your item.
Mail the item to the winner—and winner pays shipping.

It’s that easy to get rid of stuff. … Read More »



Empty Your Inbox

Posted by Ryan O'Neil in Technology Reviews. No Comments

7th June

I am here to help you empty your Gmail inbox. This trick will help you have zero messages in your inbox, helping you to stay organized in a disorganized world. It’s possible, and here’s how it’s done.

I am the husband of an incredible wife and servant of an incredible God. I’m also the founder of @qurate.

 



Great Browser Tools for Apostolics

Posted by Ryan O'Neil in Technology Reviews. No Comments

4th April

As an Apostolic, you can accidentally come across stuff online you really didn’t want to mess with. Here are a couple of tools that can help you as you use the internet from day to day.

I am the husband of an incredible wife and servant of an incredible God. I’m also the founder of @qurate.

 






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