Fellowship Workstation

For quite some time, I’ve wanted to build a completely custom PC.  Generally, custom PCs are purpose-built with specific tasks in mind.  For my workstation, I wanted a blazing-fast system that will carry me through fellowship, with the ability to easily upgrade components as needed.  In my off time, I like processing photos from my mirrorless camera (produces large files, also known as “RAW” format … Continue reading Fellowship Workstation

I Deleted Facebook after Twelve Years

Yesterday, I deleted my Facebook account.  The decision was made after nearly a year of back and forth thinking.  I surprised myself, questioning, “Should I delete my account or not?  What will other people think?  What will I miss?”  In the minutes after deleting my account, I felt emptiness and — dare I say — a little anxious.  Those feelings quickly faded. In the grand scheme … Continue reading I Deleted Facebook after Twelve Years

Consolidating Social Media Accounts

I recently came across a terrifically intriguing TEDx talk regarding social media.  The title?  “Quit Social Media,” by a self-proclaimed “Millennial, computer scientist, book author” from Georgetown University.  A short 13-minute video with over 1.5 million views (as of May 31, 2017), with that title, instantaneously piqued my curiosity.  I watched.  He also wrote an article for the NY Times on the same topic. Transformative content on the internet is … Continue reading Consolidating Social Media Accounts