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Entries from October 2012

Wi-Fi @Southwestern Seminary & The Greatest Blog Ever Told

October 26th, 2012 · Tags: Arts · Cities

At the end of ‘The Dead Sea Scrolls & The Bible” exhibit, there is a representation of Jerusalem’s Wailing Wall. And like the original, the pseudo wall allows visitors to write notes or prayers on paper and wedge the messages in between the stones. Having been called a “Wi-Fi evangelist” many times, perhaps you can […]

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TCU: Pump Up Wi-Fi, Lower The Jam … Great Game! Welcome!

October 21st, 2012 · Tags: Sports · Uncategorized · Wi-Fi

    I was undecided whether or not I would blog anything about the Texas Tech win over my hometown team, TCU, yesterday a nail-biter before a homecoming crowd — the second largest crowd in TCU history — with 48K in the seats. The breakdown: about 32K in purple, another 15,999 in Raider red … […]

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Wi-Fi, Retro Games, Ancient Volcano: A+ Roadtrip

October 20th, 2012 · Tags: Cities · Restaurant · Uncategorized

  BTW, This blog was written inside a volcano … most of it anyway. On the way to Colorado Springs, I sped on by the Capulin cone because the weather was a little sketchy. On the trip back to Texas, I could not resist. Hmmm … I have visited the dormant landmark before and “scaled” […]

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Wi-Fi Soul Searchin – Religiously Mon, In Colorado Springs

October 17th, 2012 · Tags: Cities · Coffee Shops · Restaurant · Wi-Fi

  I was lamenting the fact that my motorcycle does not have a GPS unit as I did the traffic circle in Manitou Springs, Colo., not because I was lost, it is fairly straight forward … I mean as straight forward as a circle can be. It was just that I was missing the sound […]

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Wi-Fi Travels – Chasing Windmills Over High Plains

October 12th, 2012 · Tags: Cities

  Faster than a failed administration, I was swept out of DC and sent back home to Texas. Oh there was a little sightseeing around the Capital, but I wanted more. Then again it was great to be back at the PingWi-Fi oval office. So what did we do?

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