2006 January

The Relaxation Response

business budaThe Sabbath is upon us right now this Friday evening in the United States. What is the Sabbath? The Sabbath is a “day of rest” established by God for mankind (Read Genesis 2). Is it really necessary to observe the archaic command (Read Exodus 2:8-11) to keep the Sabbath?

Science seems to think so. Looking at my past articles, you may notice that I’ve been writing about topics (particularly in psychology) that I found interesting from my college courses.

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January 20th, 2006 | No Comments | Psychology

List of Legal Online Movie Rental Sites

So, you’re in your house Saturday night bored with nothing to do. Then, you think of watching TV. Too bad there are no good TV shows playing at that time. Rent a movie? But, you’re too depressed and lazy to change out of your pajamas and go to Blockbuster.

Should you illegally download a movie? For one, it’s illegal! Another thing, it can take an eternitiy to download, even with a blazing fast connection since illegal downloading speed does not depend on your speed but the speed from whom you are downloading.
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January 16th, 2006 | 3 Comments | Buying and Selling

Anonymous Credit / Gift / Debit Cards

credit cardWhen e-commerce, or online shopping, first became a popular venue in modern economy, many people (mainly the elderly) were wary of revealing personal data and credit card information online. What if an unscrupulous character hacked into the online store’s servers? Or what if the information was intercepted in the process of sending it to the merchant?

Today, online shopping is more prevalent then ever. “eBaying” is already part of everyday lingo. More and more people are trusting and relying on the Internet. But, there will always be those who will only pay in cash. Many of them as so cautious (or should I say suspicious) that they refuse to open a bank or credit card account.
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January 11th, 2006 | No Comments | Buying and Selling

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