Today was more difficult to be without the Google Machine. My Tuesday’s are usually given to writing blog articles, stuff for the church, sermons, etc. It’s a busy day of reading, writing, and interacting. Therefore, I found myself wanting to use Google a bunch. Here is the rundown of day two without Google
Stuff I will probably go to bed without knowing that I would have Google Searched
- A list showing the difference between the wise and the sluggard in Proverbs
- Sho Baraka’s testimony (Listening to his new album I wondered what his story was).
- Who is St. Dominick? (Richard Baxter mentioned him in my reading)
- Is George Thorogood still living?
- What does SMH stand for?
- That article where Dr. Mohler outlined theological triage. I wanted to link to that for my article on 20 Directions for New Believers.
- How do I make a “does not equal” sign on my keyboard
How this Google-fast as helped
- I probably saved about 30 minutes that I would have wasted researching a few unimportant things—like George Thorogood or what SMH means.
- I’m becoming more and more comfortable with simply not needing to know certain tidbits of information.
How this Google-fast as hurt
- It looks like I use Google a ton to mask my computer ignorance
- I would have liked to have researched St. Dominick and Sho Baraka’s testimony
- It is good for helping me find articles quickly and being able to link to them