Today on The Techology Show:
Marcy Burke – http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000608650812
Heath Mullikin – http://www.heathmullikin.com
Steve Stanley – http://olsuit.wordpress.com
Anthony Casey – http://www.facebook.com/people/Anthony-R-Casey/
Matthew Tietje – http://www.doayp.com/
Pastoral Sabbatical Leave Bibliography
Divided by Faith Conference
NJ Student Secretly Taped having sex in his dorm-room: Commits Suicide.
Crystal Cathedral files for bankruptcy
Texting bans for drivers not putting dent in accident rates
Overcoming Physical and Sexual Abuse Webinar
DOWNLOAD OF THE WEEK
Audacity – http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
Levelator – http://www.conversationsnetwork.org/levelator
THEY SAID IT
“A respected, excellent physician and surgeon for 25 years,” but “ran into sort of a perfect storm with one of his patients.” Attorney for Doctor Michael Kamrava who is facing the possible lose of his license to practice medicine for implanting Nadia Suleman with an excessive amount of fertilized eggs.
“I just told him I loved him and stay strong, He’s a strong kid, a fighter, and we believe in him. That’s pretty much the main thing.” Khaseem Greene teammate of Eric LeGrand junior defensive tackle for Rutgers University Football team who was left paralyzed after a hit he sustained in a game this past Saturday.
“At the end of the day, I’m a grown-up and I must take responsibility for my actions.” Steven Slater JetBlue flight attendant who melted down and went ballistic and quit by sliding down the emergency shoot.
“Having recently finished the script after seven months and countless revisions – I’d say I’m a writer with a huge smile of satisfaction written across my face.” Daren Jacobs staff writer who worked on the movie script of Voyage of the Dawn Treader which is scheduled for a December 10th 2010 release.
“We are trying to get our players to not initiate contact on defenseless players including defenseless receivers to the head or neck area with the forearm the shoulder or the helmet. We’re trying to get that out of the game.” Ray Anderson, NFL football operations executive commenting on ESPN’s “Mike & Mike in the Morning” concerning the NFL’s policy on helmet to helmet hits.