Category Archives for "Religion"

Jan 27

Thinking Days

Life , Programming , Religion

Hands up and stand away from the keyboard. It’s time for a thinking day. Do a little less for one day might mean doing far more for many more…. It’s not often I blog about somebody elses blog… is that Blogging2? Yesterday, I read this excellent article by John Donahoe, previous CEO of Ebay. Published […]

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Dec 16

RPG Programming Standards – Code Style Guide for IBM i, iSeries and AS400 Programmers

AS400 , IBM i , iSeries , Programming , Religion , RPG , Software Change Management

RPG Programming Standards? “RPG Programming Standards” have been debated since the invention of the wheel. With an entire generation of RPG programmers evolving from the early days of System/3x column based RPG code to modern free flowing web format code the adoption of a simple clean programming layout standard has been a mythical quest. Old […]

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Jan 01

Openly Secular

Life , Religion

Hi, my name is Nick Litten and I am Openly Secular Perhaps openly-atheist would better describe my outlook: I have been an atheist for as long as I can think (literally). I raise my kids to be respectful of others and their beliefs. I do not believe in magic. I do not believe in supernatural […]

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Jan 07

#‎JeSuisCharlie‬ – I stand with Charlie Hebdo


Gunmen have shot dead 12 people at the Paris office of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in a militant Islamist attack. Four of the magazine’s well-known cartoonists, including its editor, were among those killed, as well as two police officers. Source: Clearly, only the worst people alive could commit such terrible acts. If these […]

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Dec 25

Jibbers Crabst – convert to Crustaceanity

Life , Religion

Don’t know who Jibbers Crabst is? Watch this video and convert to Crustacenaity. He is our Lord and Savior and Lobster. Find salvation, convert to Crustaceanity and find the One Lobster Truth through our Lord and Savior™, Jibbers Crabst. The oatmeal is one of my most favorite online distractions. Matt Inman, the author of the aforementioned comic brilliance, […]

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