Tuesday, November 16, 2004

You've got to love Taiwanese innovation and lack of respect for global corporations. I'm sure Epson's ink cartridge division would freak if they saw this photo. What a great and logical modification. Posted by Hello

8 comments:

Davida said...

RoG,

I posted some pics of Roxy on my blog since I don't have my own puppy. :( haha! Anyway, come check out the song lyrics quiz that I posted yesterday. Fun stuff! :)

Davida

Davida said...

I notice a comment from Romona about someone being "an everynation guy".....what does that mean? Just curious....Davida

RoG said...

Hmmm. Not actually sure, Davida. Our local church is a member of a greater church network (called MorningStar International) who's motto is 'Every Nation in Our Generation' - refering to Christians' commission to evangelise the world. So maybe in referring to someone like that, Romona is saying he is passionate about evangelism. Just a guess...

Anonymous said...

Hi RoG,

do u hv. any idea which part of Cambodia?
althought I am in Malaysia I still hv. some friends there.
need any information or connection?

email: ling1505@gmail.com

Davida said...

Just as I suspected.....that is why I asked. I work with MSI in Croatia! It really is a small world. :)

Romona said...

hey, sorry about the confusion. rog- ur almost right, Morningstar changed it's name to everynation a while ago.

Gareth said...

Hey Rog... Morningstar International recently changed their name to Every Nation. 2 Reasons.

1. Some People were confusing Rick Joyners Morningstar Ministries with MSI.

2. They felt that the "Every Nation" better communicated what we are about. The publishing side of the church has carried that label for a couple of years already, and the website has always being everynation.org so I guess it was just a matter of time.

RoG said...

Thanks for the updates, guys. Yip Davida, you're right. Small world indeed. I'll pass your email address on to the relevant friends.