Monthly Archives: May 2008

>5/31

>This Internet cafe has an English alphabet keyboard- which basically doubles my typing speed. No more extra “i”s, “g”s, “c”s, or “s”s to navigate. Also the @ key is where I am used to it- so that is nice for … Continue reading

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>5/29

>Istanbul is truly another world then I am used to. However, one piece of American culture that is in abundant supply is Starbucks, which by my count out number McDonald’s at least 2:1. In fact, it’s a whole lot easier … Continue reading

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>5/25

>Istanbul’s train system has redefined claustrophobia for me. However, despite being snuggled in tighter than the front of a mosh pit, I love it. It amazes me that I have only been here three days and I am traveling all … Continue reading

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>The Trip So Far

>Here’s some quick highlights from the trip so far. Chicago sucks… well at least the airport. Spending eight hours on a plane seemed like a relief after being there. The London airport is pretty classy– and expensive. Buying enough pound … Continue reading

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>Life Lately

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>Concert Review

>Tonight The Parade Schedule, Rodeo Ruby Love, Chemic, and Laura K. Balke played a concert at Quills. Indianapolis singer/song writer Laura K. Balke opened the concert with a disarmingly authentic set that could have been read directly from her diary. … Continue reading

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>Bike Ride to the Baylor’s

>http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docid=-2214807083557317165&hl=en

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>Bike Pix

>I was blessed to be able to purchase a new camera for my upcoming trip to Istanbul. Yesterday I tested it out shooting some biking stuff.

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>Art for/from/before the Church

>Harold Best delivered a lecture at the 930 today entitled “Art for the Church, Art by the Church, and Art before the Church”. The audio should be posted here in the next few days. In his lecture, Best touched on … Continue reading

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>Decisions

>As I approach paying off my new bike, I have been looking into getting a messenger bag. Here are four of my favorites. Right now now I am leaning towards the olive with the red stripe. However, my bike is … Continue reading

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