Someone says... People come into your life for a reason, a season, or a lifetime. When you figure out which one it is, you will know what to do for each person. When someone is in your life for a REASON... It is usually to meet a need you have expressed. They have come to assist you through a difficulty, to provide you with guidance and support, to aid you physically, emotionally, or spiritually. They may seem like a godsend, and they are! They are there for the reason you need them to be. Then, without any wrong doing on your part, or at an inconvenient time, this person will say or do something to bring the relationship to an end. Sometimes they die. Sometimes they walk away. Sometimes they act up and force you to take a stand. What we must realize is that our need has been met, our desire fulfilled, their work is done. The prayer you sent up has been answered. And now it is time to move on. When people come into your life for a SEASON . . . Because your turn has come to share, grow, or learn. They bring you an experience of peace, or make you laugh. They may teach you something you have never done. They usually give you an unbelievable amount of joy. Believe it! It is real! But, only for a season. LIFETIME relationships teach you lifetime lessons; things you must build upon in order to have a solid emotional foundation. Your job is to accept the lesson, love the person, and put what you have learned to use in all other relationships and areas of your life. It is said that love is blind but friendship is clairvoyant. Thank you for being a part of my life, whether you were a reason, a season or a lifetime.

27th March 2012

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Calling all Christian rappers!

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Calling all Christian rappers!

26th February 2012

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atomixmag:

Atomix Mag Issue #5 is out and live!
Atomix Mag is not a static magazine, but at the same time, we are concerned with not losing ourselves in that sea of information which flood our screens every day. This new issue is a step forward in both directions. You will notice that we have learned so much about how a digital iPad magazine should read in terms of interactivity and new forms of content to experiment with. You will also see in this new issue that a lot of contributing editors from around the world are part of it. Our original idea was to create a global magazine with high-quality standards for a global public, and that idea is stronger than ever.
 
This month, you’ll enjoy an exclusive video feature about Hideo Kojima, one of the most important and influential video game developers in the industry. We followed him on his trip from Mexico to Costa Rica and talked with him about his future with Kojima Productions, the new FOX Engine, his favorite movies, and more. We also have a feature about the video games industry in Australia as well as an interview with the studios behind Sound Shapes, one of the most anticipated games for the PS Vita. We also sat down and talked with Kudo Tsunoda, the man behind the development of Xbox 360 Kinect.
Take a sneak peak of it here:





Atomix Mag is a timeless magazine. We care about the present, past, and future of video games. The feature Video Games: The Basketball is all about how the industry should learn more from sports like football, soccer, and basketball. We also talk about Catherine (one of the most authentic titles of the year) as well as the Dynasty Warriors series and Duke Nukem Forever, two experiences that always produce polarizing opinions. This issue has many different points of view, including a look at Eric Chahi’s return to the games industry with From Dust and analysis of the brilliantly immense Final Fantasy Tactics and Super Meat Boy. We also celebrate the return of our favorite plumber with an article about Mario’s 2D games and much more.
 
In addition to all this stellar content, we also want to remind you that we will continue improving the app’s stability. As you may notice, the reading experience is much more dependable compared to the last issue. We hope you notice all the positive changes we have made for you.

Launch your Atomix Mag App now on your iPad and download the 5th issue.
In order to get the best experience out of all those benefits, we recommend you to follow these easy steps:
 
1) Update the Atomix Mag app to the latest version (1.0.6.1). You can do this
from iTunes or directly on your iPad.
2) Make sure you have at least 1GB free in your device. This is necessary for
the magazine to install correctly.
3) Make sure your Internet connection is working properly before starting the
download, and remember: Your iPad needs to be connected to the Internet
during the whole process.
4) If you’re having any problems, please try to uninstall the Atomix Mag app
and then reinstall it again. Don’t worry, you will never be charged for the
issues you’ve already bought.
5) For better performance, we recommend closing all other apps while the
installation of the magazine is running.
6) We strongly recommend you download one issue at a time.
Now we invite you to download Issue #5 of Atomix Mag. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did creating it. 
You can download the latest version of the app from here::http://itunes.apple.com/app/atomix-mag/id429125775?mt=8
Find us!
On the web: http://atomixmag.com
Tumblr Blog: http://blog.atomixmag.com/
On Facebook: http://facebook.com/atomixmag
On Twitter: http://twitter.com/atomixmag
Thank you all!
 

atomixmag:

Atomix Mag Issue #5 is out and live!

Atomix Mag is not a static magazine, but at the same time, we are concerned with not losing ourselves in that sea of information which flood our screens every day. This new issue is a step forward in both directions. You will notice that we have learned so much about how a digital iPad magazine should read in terms of interactivity and new forms of content to experiment with. You will also see in this new issue that a lot of contributing editors from around the world are part of it. Our original idea was to create a global magazine with high-quality standards for a global public, and that idea is stronger than ever.

 

This month, you’ll enjoy an exclusive video feature about Hideo Kojima, one of the most important and influential video game developers in the industry. We followed him on his trip from Mexico to Costa Rica and talked with him about his future with Kojima Productions, the new FOX Engine, his favorite movies, and more. We also have a feature about the video games industry in Australia as well as an interview with the studios behind Sound Shapes, one of the most anticipated games for the PS Vita. We also sat down and talked with Kudo Tsunoda, the man behind the development of Xbox 360 Kinect.

Take a sneak peak of it here:


Atomix Mag is a timeless magazine. We care about the present, past, and future of video games. The feature Video Games: The Basketball is all about how the industry should learn more from sports like football, soccer, and basketball. We also talk about Catherine (one of the most authentic titles of the year) as well as the Dynasty Warriors series and Duke Nukem Forever, two experiences that always produce polarizing opinions. This issue has many different points of view, including a look at Eric Chahi’s return to the games industry with From Dust and analysis of the brilliantly immense Final Fantasy Tactics and Super Meat Boy. We also celebrate the return of our favorite plumber with an article about Mario’s 2D games and much more.

 

In addition to all this stellar content, we also want to remind you that we will continue improving the app’s stability. As you may notice, the reading experience is much more dependable compared to the last issue. We hope you notice all the positive changes we have made for you.


Launch your Atomix Mag App now on your iPad and download the 5th issue.

In order to get the best experience out of all those benefits, we recommend you to follow these easy steps:

1) Update the Atomix Mag app to the latest version (1.0.6.1). You can do this

from iTunes or directly on your iPad.

2) Make sure you have at least 1GB free in your device. This is necessary for

the magazine to install correctly.

3) Make sure your Internet connection is working properly before starting the

download, and remember: Your iPad needs to be connected to the Internet

during the whole process.

4) If you’re having any problems, please try to uninstall the Atomix Mag app

and then reinstall it again. Don’t worry, you will never be charged for the

issues you’ve already bought.

5) For better performance, we recommend closing all other apps while the

installation of the magazine is running.

6) We strongly recommend you download one issue at a time.

Now we invite you to download Issue #5 of Atomix Mag. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did creating it.

You can download the latest version of the app from here::http://itunes.apple.com/app/atomix-mag/id429125775?mt=8

Find us!

On the web: http://atomixmag.com

Tumblr Blog: http://blog.atomixmag.com/

On Facebook: http://facebook.com/atomixmag

On Twitter: http://twitter.com/atomixmag

Thank you all!

 

23rd January 2012

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sorry i’m in pajamas, but i just got off the PJ…

23rd January 2012

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Awesome. This happened last night. :)

Thanks for putting this together, Frankie!
You have an amazing collection of Jon Stewart GIFs.

And thank you, Daily Show!!

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23rd January 2012

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Stayin’ Steady | Courtland Urbano

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