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June 27, 2008

Back from Brazil with Lessons Learned

Filed under: Duncanville,Uncategorized — duncanvilleeditor @ 5:25 pm

As I stepped out of Terminal D at the Dallas/Fort Worth airport, it hit me. I was back in the United States of America. If the Texas heat and the ability to understand the conversations around me didn’t get to me, the culture shock definitely did. I stood there wanting to kiss the ground, yet break down and cry at the same time.

I had spent the last month in Brazil on a missions trip with a group of nine young adults, and in between ministering at everywhere from churches and schools to prisons and marketplaces I had grown quite attached to the nation and my interim family. This being my second trip, I already realized that I was really going to miss being in this Portuguese country.



June 19, 2008

Where’s my refund?

Filed under: Uncategorized — autoworlddavid @ 5:13 pm

By the title of this blogpost you might think I was asking about the refunds Uncle Sam is promising. Wrong. Got that, spent that.
The refund I am looking for is the one for having to settle for not being able to get tomatos on any of the prepared food I order. (more…)

June 17, 2008

Hot, hot car shows

Filed under: Uncategorized — autoworlddavid @ 1:46 pm
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We kicked around a couple of car shows this past weekend, partly to check out the sweet rides and partly to give the little flip mino video camera I am testing a run through.
One thing was certain, it was hot. Dang hot. (more…)

June 12, 2008

Oi Duncanville!

Filed under: Uncategorized — duncanvilleeditor @ 3:41 am

I apologize that I have not posted in the last month. The internet here has been up and down, and with us doing about 15 services in that last 2 weeks, I have hardly been able to have any down time.
I am going to do my best to catch you all up on the last few weeks. (more…)

June 10, 2008

What’s all this then?

Industry leaders much smarter than I are predicting the end of “paper” in newspapers within ten years. Many media companies are already heading in that direction with advances in online offerings on many fronts and in multiple formats. News agencies are now media agencies and, before long, that long-favored descriptor for old-school journalists – “He has ink flowing in his veins” – will fade from our vocabulary just as we no longer fill up with “high-test.”
In the meantime, here at Today Newspapers we really can’t say what the future holds other than this industry is faced with all sorts of challenges from all different sides but still facing a common dilemma – delivering community news you want. (more…)

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