Reagan’s Roundup (1/17)

Welcome to Reagan’s Roundup, where every Friday I share links to things from around the web that I think you will find interesting or helpful in your journey to become a better steward of the life God has given you.

Now, here are some other links from around the web:

G3 Conference Live Stream

I am at the G3 conference this week. So, if you’re here, please come say hi to me at the Grace to You booth. But if you’re at home, you can still participate in this excellent event via live stream.

Seven Ways to Sabotage Your Prayer Life

“With all the good that unanswered prayer can provide, Scripture also has another category of unanswered prayer: the kind we ourselves have caused. Sometimes we are the architects, building the ceiling our prayers hit.”

Advertising Makes Us Unhappy

“We did find a significant negative relationship. When you look at changes in national happiness each year and changes in ad spending that year or a few years earlier—and you hold other factors like GDP and unemployment constant—there is a link. This suggests that when advertisers pour money into a country, the result is diminished well-being for the people living there.”

10 Long Press Tips to Reveal Hidden Functions in Safari on iPhone and iPad

“Apple has made extensive use of the long press gesture and ‌Haptic Touch‌ in its apps, which means if you don’t tend to long press screen elements, you could be unaware of some convenient shortcuts to everyday actions, or you could even be missing out on app functionality altogether.”

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