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  • H. Beck "BeckImpressions" - My Favorite Lens

    I absolutely love this lens. I shoot a lot of landscapes, and you really can't beat this lens for that! I probably use this lens more than any other in my bag. I have it on the Canon 7D. I do notice some color fringe in a lot of photos, but I'm still trying to figure out if that is because of the lens, the camera, what I'm shooting, or me. Everyone loves the shots I take with it, though. I'll try to post some examples on here. :)

  • Alexandre Carneiro "Alexandre" - Huge step forward after my experience with Acer Iconia A500 and Ipad 2

    Just received it yesterday and with the ICS update, this table is incredible. I have always preferred the android tablets so I would not have to deal with itunes and other apple non-sense obligatory softwares, but this is the first time I can say that Android has finally a better machine. I won't go into details that were mentioned before, but I am trully impressed with the Transformer Prime speed and ICS.

  • Stephen Barkley - A Profound Book of Daily Prayers

    It's quite a pretentious act to review a prayerbook. I believe that God loves talking with his children no matter what sort of liturgical language they use, so who am I to say these prayers are "good" or "bad"? Here's another problem: It's next to impossible (as well as completely fruitless) to read through a year of prayers in a few weeks.

    Here's what I did. Before this book arrived, I was following Phyllis Tickle's The Divine HoursTM Pocket Edition in my personal prayer life. I'm a Pentecostal who has developed a love for liturgical prayer. Over the last few weeks, I've substituted Common Prayer into my normal routine. Here's the report on what I've experienced.

    Common Prayer has prayers for three times of the day:

    1. Midday: There's only one prayer for midday, but it's simple and centering. It reminds you of the beatitudes and gives you an opportunity to meditate. I've enjoyed incorporating this into my work-week.
    2. Evening: There are seven prayers for the evening (one for each day of the week). While there's nothing wrong with them, I still prefer Tickle's Compline Office to close the day.
    3. Morning: Here's where this volume shines. Claiborne and company have provided prayers for each day of the year. Each month has a certain theme (based loosely around his marks of new monasticism). Each day reminds you of a saint (traditional or otherwise) who has made an impact for the Kingdom.

    Claiborne's blatant dismissal of our society's love for warmongering along with his clear passion for godliness make this an excellent volume. Here's the best thing I can say about it: I plan on using it throughout the whole year for my morning prayers.

    One last thing. The production quality of the book is very high. The cloth-bound cover with embossed cross along with graphically illustrated pages throughout make this a lovely book to hold and to use.

    Disclaimer: A free review copy of this book was provided for me by Zondervan.