Doug Vos

Chocolate Chip Cookies

NetVibes Cookies, Privacy Policy, and ToS

I’m doing research about what to include (and not include) on website ‘Terms of Service (ToS)’ and ‘Privacy Policy’ pages. When you research this topic (searching via Bing or Google), you’ll probably find several helpful articles that explain why these pages are needed on most modern websites, and some hints at what to include on …

NetVibes Cookies, Privacy Policy, and ToS Read More »

LxMarket, Lisboa, Portugal // photo by Ehud Neuhaus // Found this graffitied brick wall in the beautiful LxMarket. An old industrial complex now turned to an array of artists shops, cafés and restaurants. It was very nice to walk around there on the Saturday afternoon and have a great lunch at the Cantina LX.

Getting Out of Debt May Actually Make Your Brain Work Better

Financial Peace Makes Sense An article by Andrew Keshner yesterday in Market Watch caught my eye. “A new study has a whole different take on what debt relief means… Getting rid of debt doesn’t just unburden finances, it takes a weight off the mind that clears up cognitive functioning, lessens anxiety and improves impulse control.” …

Getting Out of Debt May Actually Make Your Brain Work Better Read More »

Apologies to the American People

A few juicy quotes from an opinion piece by Sharyl Attkisson, on March 25, 2019 “We in the media allowed unproven charges and false accusations to dominate the news landscape for more than two years, in a way that was wildly unbalanced and disproportionate to the evidence.” “We did a poor job of tracking down …

Apologies to the American People Read More »

Princeton Seminary Students Ask For Reparations For School’s Role in Slavery.

Quotes from an article by Sarah Pulliam Bailey — Princeton seminary students are asking for reparations for school’s role in slavery: “Princeton Theological Seminary last year released a report describing its founders’ and early faculty’s ties to slavery. Now, some of its students want the school to take it a step further and provide reparations …

Princeton Seminary Students Ask For Reparations For School’s Role in Slavery. Read More »

There Was A Beginning

Stephen C. Meyer is a geophysicist and author of New York Times bestseller, “Darwin’s Doubt.” Despite not being a Christian himself, after years of scientific study, Meyer came to the conclusion that there simply must be an intelligent designer behind our creation. ‘There Was a Beginning’: Famous Geophysicist Explains Why Christian Creation Theory Makes Sense …

There Was A Beginning Read More »

Oh Holy Night - by Hometown

12 Best Christmas Music Videos of 2015

This week I searched all over the internet for the best new Christmas music videos, and selected 12 of my favorites. In order to make it onto the list, the video had to be published in recent months. Although other music videos from 2014 (or earlier) are amazing – they did not fit the criteria.  The list …

12 Best Christmas Music Videos of 2015 Read More »

Iron Hands – Helping Hands of Detroit

A photo gallery…  

Picnic Brainstorm

Really Lichen the Old Picnic Table

I’m really lichen the old picnic table,  and WordPress 3.5 I’m Really Lichen The Old Picnic Table – Photo credit: Grace Sauve Photography