In the new software update iPhone 3.0. Apple have bought in the option to create censorships over which applications can be downloaded. Even though it seems that Apple’s reason for this is so that it can allow adult apps into the App Store, I would still encourage you to make use of this ‘restrictions’ function. Especially if your children own an iPhone! Click here to find out how to enable this on the iPhone.
The Unisite Business Suite is a product that started development in around 2006 by Sesalos PTY LTD. The concept was to develop web based modules that could run different web applications. As the development project grew it became increasingly evident that a structure was neccessary to describe what the Unisite was. In ‘one on one’ [...]
I have noticed that small and medium businesses are taking less interest in their employees as they focus on trying to get their business engine running. These businesses are placing less value on their employees and the result is that their employees are placing less value in their employer. Small businesses tend to exploit talented [...]
A Website like this that is about sharing thoughts and ideas needs to be seen as just that. A creative and fluid environment of thoughts and ideas that surround God’s word at any given time. A concept like youversion has its value in the testimony and thoughts of others and not in an academic grounding. Although content can be flagged as inappropriate by users it still does not provide enough accreditation that a persons views are completely theologically correct. A website like this should be seen as an incubator as christians work out their faith with each by sharing their thoughts and opinions. It could never replace the need and value of commentaries, theological study notes and the counsel of wise men and women
After spending a month travelling around Europe I thought it may be interesting to list 10 highlights in order to gain some perspective. Here they are. My top ten highlights in no particular order! 1 ) Travelling over the Swiss Alps 2 ) Swimming in Santorini hot springs, Greece 3 ) Hiking in Patmos, Greece [...]
Travelling for the last time on our trip. We’re on our way back to South Africa feeling excited to see friends and family and settle into our daily routines again. So this is the last time I will write about this trip. We left off in Paris. Our trip from St Pancress to stratford was [...]
Sitting on the Eurostar listening to Counting Crows ”Colourblind.’ a great song to finish a fast trip to Paris. Whats more, Liz just put a packet of M&M’s on my lap. Music has an interesting place in my life. It has become a refuge from stress, a place to explore my creativity, a way to [...]
Magrit and David Course are distant relatives of Liz’s who welcomed us to their home as if we were their own children. We were given our own room with our own bathroom and Lindt chocalate on our pillows. The house is a triple storey, so we essentially had a floor to ourselves. Magrit had a [...]
Been there, done that, bought the T-Shirt, hoodie, backpack, Stella McCartney pants, Hard Rock Cafe shirts, bohemian crystals and the shot glass!! Needless to say we did alot of shopping in Prague! We absolutely loved it there!
Athens is a dirty, drug infested, crooked town! At least this was my first impression as I was driven to our hotel by a taxi driver who took every opportunity to extend our trip further than the necessary to maximize the cost of the already expensive fare! The driver dropped us off at the hotel [...]