So I got an iPhone last Saturday. Have you ever heard a Blackberry referred to as a “Crackberry?” Well, an iPhone is even more addictive. I’ve been having to recharge it multiple times a day – not because of a bad battery, but because I use it almost non-stop. My Macbook is feeling insanely neglected because now I check my email and even edit some web pages straight from my phone. Strange, huh? It’s my iPod, phone, flashlight, iTunes remote, and even VNC client. Crazy. What would we do without technology? Probably actually be productive. Speaking of which, I should be that right now.

Author: John

I am the Senior IT AV Systems Design Engineer in the department of Enterprise AV Services, part of the Division of Information Technology at University of North Georgia. That means I design, install, and maintain anything that is audio visual: projectors, sound systems, control systems, cameras, lighting, Crestron, Polycom, Extron, Yamaha, Dante, Hitachi, Sony, NEC, and any other techy-sounding thing. I am also the deacon of technology at Christ Family Church in Dahlonega, GA. All in house technology (audio, video, lighting, etc.) is under my care. I attended North Georgia College and State University (now UNG, where I work) for my undergraduate work in Music Performance. I’m also a graduate of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina, where I obtained a Master of Divinity in Biblical Counseling. I’m married to my awesome wife (Heather) and have an awesome family (Jack, Debbie, Hannah, Levi, and Emmeline)!

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