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It’s Friday, which means it’s time to look back at the best stuff to make an appearance online this week:’s YouVersion Team Releases Bible App 5 ??This is a big update to the best and most popular Bible app around. If you haven’t downloaded it yet, make your way to the app store of your choice and get going. Personally, I’m interested to see how the app’s new focus on conversations changes the way users interact with the Bible and one another.

Blaine Hogan’s?UNTITLED?is Now Free ??The great Blaine Hogan is now giving away his wonderful book?UNTITLED free of charge! All you have to do is sign up for Blaine’s newsletter, and the book (which I definitely recommend) is yours.

Twitter is Rolling Out a New Profile Design ??If you think this makes your Twitter profile look a lot like your Facebook profile, well, you’re not alone. Thankfully, Mashable has everything you need to know about Twitter’s new profiles.

The Heartbleed Bug is the End of Everything ??If you haven’t heard about the exploited vulnerability that may’ve rendered your passwords and personal information as visible as the North Star, you haven’t been paying attention. But don’t worry, CNET is here to help.

David Letterman is Handing the Reins to Stephen Colbert ??I’m happy with the move, and everything I’ve read online suggests that most people are looking forward to what the Colbert-driven?Late Show might entail. That won’t happen until 2015 though, so in the meantime I offer you one of my favorite Colbert clips of all time. This is the one where he introduced us all to the concept of “truthiness”:??

Well, friends, the weekend is waiting on us. Enjoy yours, I’ll enjoy mine, and we’ll meet back here on Monday.

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