An opinion about net neutrality: If there is anything we need on the Internet, it’s more speed. Right? But imagine a law that would make it legal for an ISP to lower internet speeds. Would you be OK with paying $39.99 a month for high speed and getting slow speeds? If net neutrality dies, you’ll have to be OK … Continue reading Thoughts on Net Neutrality
On November 28, 2016, a wildfire caught Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge Tennessee, the popular vacation destination, by surprise as it spread through the area so suddenly. Evacuations of thousands of visitors and residents followed. The destruction of countless homes and businesses came with the uncertainty. What would be left in the morning? Thankfully, after a … Continue reading Community Feels Chills From a Bible Passage that Survived the Smokey Mountain Fires
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“I never thought my picture would be on one of those money jars at a gas station. Yet, at twenty years old, I was given only three to five years to live…” Read the encouraging story of how the Touch Bible app was born.
NOOK Users can download Bible Apps for the NOOK using the link below: touchbible.com/get/nook As many NOOK owners already know, the NOOK Apps store no longer allows you to download and install new apps. The departure of NOOK Apps leaves many questions: Where will I get apps? What about my purchases? Barnes and Noble have … Continue reading Fairwell, NOOK Apps