Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Receiving comfort at Christmas

Thinking of the beauty and love inherent in the Christmas season, imagine what it would feel like for your spouse to tell you, a day or two before Christmas, he or she had cheated on you and wanted a divorce.  Next, imagine how this would impact your two or three children.  Now, I invite you to watch this short video and witness what happened to a woman going through that very circumstance.  I'm confident you'll be touched.

I know Jesus is the Christ, the Savior of mankind.  He can heal and comfort anyone who stands in need of comfort, who reaches out to Him.  God bless you, and MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Thursday, December 20, 2012

The Cougars Disembowel the Aztecs

Seriously.  Three words for you:  KYLE VAN NOY.

Photo credit to the F-Word and wherever he scored this; apologies to Adam Sandler.

I also suggest you read this enlightening (and somewhat related) post by the F-Word on domesticated cat viciousness, as well as the BYU website bowl game recap.

Finally, I insist you read the F-Word's review and analysis of the game.  It might fail to win him any points at home, yet I relished nearly every word.

Ahh.  I'm so proud of my namesake Cougars, today.  (Even if the offense was awful.)  RISE AND SHOUT!

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Active Chrome Extensions with Keyboard Shortcuts

This tip is thanks to Fran├žois Beaufort.

If you're like me, you love just about all things keyboard shortcut.  I present you with customizable Chrome extension shortcuts!

Go to chrome://extensions, and find the "Configure commands" link at the very bottom of the page.  (By the way, I think the shortcuts must start with Ctrl+ or Alt+.)


Use your Chrome extensions with a keyboard shortcut of your choice.

I hope you enjoy it!

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

An Obvious (Once Learned) Gmail Secret: Quick Quotes

Have you ever wanted to (quickly) quote only a select portion of an email to include with a response in Gmail?

Well, simply select the desired text and then click "reply" or, if you have keyboard shortcuts enabled, press r.


It is so choice.

Via Gizmodo.