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Some Writing and Editing Tips

Posted by | March 27, 2009 .

(-Picture by Sybren A. Stüvel via Flickr) Here’s a post I found on Problogger with some tips on writing by Shannon Paul- “Six very Official Ways to Improve Your Writing”: 1. Stop Trying to Sound Intelligent 2. Give yourself permission to write garbage 3. Be a Ruthless Editor 4. Use MIGHTY verbs 5. Read aloud […]

Internet Explorer 8 -Now Available

Posted by | March 20, 2009 .

(-Image via Wikipedia) Internet Explorer 8 in now available to download. This edition of Internet Explorer is supposed to be easier, faster and safer than previous editions. Past security concerns have been addressed and hopefully corrected. I use Firefox most of the time but I do have IE7 as a backup right now. It is […]

Facebook Jihad

Posted by | March 13, 2009 .

(-Image via Wikipedia) I found this on the Persecution blog, originally posted on Jihad Watch: Muslims hack “Christians on Facebook” site, change its name to “There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is his prophet” Todd Snider, whose pro-Israel site on Facebook was hacked and destroyed by Hizballah supporters, is not alone: the Facebook […]

Re: "Favicon Generator"

Posted by | March 10, 2009 .

Here’s a link to a site that can help you make a “favicon” for your blog. Quite a clever tool: Favicon Generator What is a “favicon”? It’s that little symbol or icon that shows up in front of your URL address. Take a look above at my URl, I made that little red cross with […]

Book Review: "Building a WordPress Blog People Want to Read"

Posted by | March 6, 2009 .

By Scott McNulty (Berkeley,Calif: Peachpit Press, 2009, 263 pages) This is a great book for those starting out with WordPress. McNulty goes into detail on every facet of properly setting up a new WordPress blog. It has lots of illustrations to demonstrate every step. A real find for any beginner–wish this book was around 3 […]

Barna: The Techno Generational Gap in the Church

Posted by | March 1, 2009 .

New research by The Barna Group shows the divide between different generations and how they approach the new media. This is helpful for church leaders and outreach folks to get a hold of in order to plan more effective ministry to different generational groups.  Most churches are adequately reaching the Boomers and the Busters but […]