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Friday Roundup

submitted October 11, 2013 by Matthew Ellis   |   comments
<h1>Friday Roundup</h1>

Each week, we highlight stories from our newsfeed on Prismatic. No account is required to see what we think is worth reading, so visit our profile often! We update it daily so there is usually something new to check out. Here is a sample of what we liked this week:

How to Use Your Smartphone As an Essential Part of Your Disaster Kit via Lifehacker
Generally speaking you don't want to rely on technology at all in your disaster toolkit, but that doesn't mean you can't make use of an old smartphone (or your current one for that matter). Before the cell networks are down, here's what you should load up on your smartphone.

Slaying galvanizes Episcopal Church in Massachusetts via The Lead
The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts has responded with a surge of activism to the shooting death of Jorge Fuentes, 19, a "contrarian kid" who became "a standout counselor at his church’s youth programs" and an enthusiastic participant in mission trips.

Church adds solar energy to roof via Boston.com
Bishop Bud Cederholm, retired Bishop Suffragan of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, also know as the "Green Bishop" for his work advocating for environmental causes in Massachusetts and nationally, blessed the new 25 Kw solar array at Grace Episcopal Church.

How to Google like a boss – Become a master of Google search with these little-known tips via Lifehack
[L]et me assure you, when you apply these little-known tips revealed in the infographic, you will surely master the art of using Google Search. Therefore, you’ll be up to get more work done, whatever stuff you do.

To Pastor, Afterlife Is Where We 'Learn To Live Together' via NPR
I think what God is calling us [to], and particularly as a Christian, is right relationships. And for me that's done through the person of Jesus Christ. A right relationship with God here on earth, and also in eternity.

Delaware center aids needy, attacks underlying poverty issues via Episcopal Digital Network
Preventing and breaking cycles of addiction, homelessness, incarceration and hopelessness by providing temporary or emergency help always has been a key mission of the association, said the Rev. Jeff Ross, association president and rector of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Lewes.

Let us know which articles you liked (or didn't) in the comments!