Life Decisions and Technology

Life Decisions and Technology

Rick was recently interviewed by Zack Sexton at the Asian Efficiency Podcast to discuss what it's like to raise kids in our modern age of screens and social media. We hit on a bunch of other topics, as well, including my own favorite tech tools and, how to snooze email.

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The Meta Advisor: Episode 5

I recently had the privilege of being a guest on The Meta Advisor, a podcast produced by Jeff Spah for financial advisors. On the show, we discuss the idea of "life enrichment" events, which are learning opportunities hosted by financial advisors for the benefit of their clients. We discuss the growing complexity of cloud computing, owning multiple devices, and the need for ongoing tech education. Regardless of whether or not you're a financial advisor, if you're looking for ways to creativity add value to your client's lives, give this show a listen.

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What’s Important from Apple’s September Event

What’s Important from Apple’s September Event

For years, Apple has introduced new mobile devices at their September event. This week proved to keep the tradition alive, and we now know Apple’s lineup as we head into the holiday season. Here are the highlights from this week’s Apple media event.

Set Up Parental Restrictions on an iPad or iPhone

Set Up Parental Restrictions on an iPad or iPhone

Right out of the box, the iPhone and iPad come with tools to protect your child. They’re called Restrictions, and these tools give you the ability to disable almost all of the iPad’s features, including restricting adult content from their web browsing. For young and older children, this is incredibly useful.

NeuBible: Reading with Delight

NeuBible: Reading with Delight

There are literally thousands of Bible apps available in the App Store, and finding one that fits you is a long road of trial and error. What I’d like to share with you today is the best app for leisurely reading of the Bible. This app is perfect for morning devotions, following along during a sermon, or an afternoon refocus. It’s called NeuBible.