I don’t often cross-post items from one of my blogs to another, but I wanted to cross-post this one.

Most followers of this blog know that my wife and I work full-time with Campus Crusade for Christ in Orlando. I’m an Internet Strategist and she is a Visual Communicator.

This year has been different for us.

Different can be fun and meaningful.
Different can also be hard.
Different can be exciting.
Different is challenging.

I invite you to stop by our ministry site and consider engaging.

Add Rob’s Place

I’ve been playing around with AddThis.com and thought I’d try it out here. It’s my attempt to keep a clean sidebar while allowing you to subscribe or bookmark this site using the web tools you like to use.

Just click on one of these and look for something familiar:


heroesHave you been watching the NBC show Heroes?

Wow! Great show. I didn’t think I’d get into it as much as I have. We’re only 10 episodes into it and it’s been great. It’s a serialized sci-fi drama I suppose that is a little comic bookish (like X-Men).

Don’t let that scare you off if you’re not into sci-fi or comic books. Wednesday night you have a chance to catch up on the first 6 episodes on the Sci-Fi channel. Check your local listings.

Or see Heroes (TV series) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Great show.

PSA: Merging Solution


The animation on the left probably looks all too familiar to you, doesn’t it? It’s probably so familiar that the animation on the right doesn’t even look possible.

Is it possible to obtain a reasonable traffic flow? Yes, there is a solution to merging.

Traffic jams on highways are often triggered where two lanes must merge into one. Lanes of cars cannot merge if there are no large gaps between cars. Therefore, drivers who create large gaps between cars will ease this type of traffic jam.

So do your part! I’m tired of dealing with my own drive-by anger management practice.