• The Language Family

    The Language Family

    January 20, 2015


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    woman speaking on telephone

    A famous account in Genesis, the first book of the Bible, says that all people on Earth originally spoke the same language. However, when these people made plans to work in concert to construct the tower in Babylon that elevated their own superiority over their deities, God thwarted those efforts by giving them different languages and sending them away from Babylon.…

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  • Is Texting the New Phone Call?

    Is Texting the New Phone Call?

    December 9, 2014

    Mobile User

    Views: 11362

    woman texting in kitchen

    Ever since the advent of the text message, there has been concern that text messaging would replace phone calls entirely. As cell phones explode in popularity and accessibility, especially among teenagers and young adults, the statistics certainly show that text messaging is becoming the most popular way to communicate by mobile phone users. Recent studies show that 97% of US adults own a cell phone, and as many as 80% of cell phone users send text messages.…

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  • Cordcutters Anonymous

    cutting the phone cord

    As a Verizon customer, Robert was paying $1,200 per year ($100 per month) for landline phone service, but one spring, he decided to make a drastic change. He signed up for magicJack’s 30-day free trial, switched his current number to magicJack service, and started making and receiving all of his calls using the VoIP device. At the end of 30 days, Robert made the switch official, bringing his $1,200 per year expense down to a $35 annual charge.…

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