On this day of your life, I believe God wants you to know…
. ..that everything is perfect Right Here, Right Now. And
Right Here Right Now is all there is.
Forget about the past. It does not exist, except in your
memory. Drop it. And stop worrying about how you’re
going to get through tomorrow. Life is going on Right
Here, Right Now — pay attention to that and all will
Embrace the present moment with gratefulness and
wonder, and you will turn it into whatever you have
been waiting for.
Neale Donald Walsch
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Here is a story, originally posted by PC Magazine, that is just too intriguing to pass up.
Fellow black men, BEWARE!!! (Smile)
In a video posted to YouTube this week, two co-workers – one white and one black – tried out the webcam face-tracking software on an HP MediaSmart computer. It is supposed to follow users as they move, but it fails to recognize Desi, a black man. Click Here for the rest of the story.
Hello My Fellow iPhone and iPod Touchers,
I am delighted to recommend my newest favorite VoiceOver accessible application, Bing. Read the rest of this entry »
I hope you enjoy this approximately 50 minute audio-only version of the 1960s Rankin Bass classic Christmas television special, Santa Claus Is Coming To Town, published here as a Candle Shore podcast.
Episode: Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
I hope you enjoy this approximately 50 minute audio-only version of the 1960s Rankin Bass classic Christmas television special, Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer, published here as a Candle Shore podcast.
Episode: Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer
I hope you enjoy this approximately 50 minute audio-only version of the 1960s Rankin Bass classic Christmas television special, Frosty The Snow Man, published here as a Candle Shore podcast.
Episode: Frosty The Snow Man
I wish you the very best on this, the most sacred holiday season here in the United States.
I am delighted to announce that, starting tomorrow and for the next three days, The Mark Taylor Candle Shore BLOG will proudly publish audio-only versions of the 1960s Rankin Bass television classic Christmas specials, including Frosty The Snow Man, Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer, and Santa Claus Is Coming To Town, as Candle Shore podcasts.
It is my prayer that you will experience the magic within these three timeless broadcasts, as I do.
I hope you enjoy this approximately 55 minute episode of the 1970s CBS Mystery Theater radio drama published here as a Candle Shore Podcast.
In this episode, the saying, â€œsome things are too good to be true,â€ is right on point.Â
Episode:Â The Real Printerâ€™s Devil
myTunes, whyTunes, Everyoneâ€™s iTunes
Believe it or not, you donâ€™t need iTunes installed on your computer to begin to experience all that it has to offer.
Thatâ€™s right!Â You can browse the contents of iTunes from any standard web browser.Â By the way, a standard web browser equals standard screen reader/magnification accessibility for the blind and low vision.Â Read the rest of this entry »