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Disconnecting Once in a While

Posted by | July 26, 2009 .

(Picture of Yosemite Valley via Wikipedia) Disconnecting from the internet and blogging is actually a very good thing to do once in a while—especially on vacations. A few years ago we on a cruise to Alaska with the extended family for a week. Actually promised my wife that I would stay away from computers for […]

Learning to Take Criticism Well

Posted by | July 16, 2009 .

(Picture by Sybren A. Stüvel via Flickr) I started thinking about some of my experiences over the years when it comes to  negative comments and criticisms made on my blog. When I first started blogging 9 years ago, I would take to heart and dwell on every negative comment that came my way and spend […]

Facebook: Suit and Counter Suit Over Control of Users’ Content

Posted by | July 10, 2009 .

(Image via CrunchBase) NEW YORK — A small Web company called Power.com has sued Facebook, saying it doesn’t follow its own policy of giving users control over their content. Meanwhile, Facebook is suing Power.com over copyright and trademark violations. It’s hard to know who to root for here—though Facebook did recently claim that of your […]

Happy Independence Day!

Posted by | July 4, 2009 .

(Picture by Chris_J via Flickr) This is a great time to pray for America and our leaders.

-Obama Receives a Daily Devotional on His BlackBerry

Posted by | July 2, 2009 .

President Obama told a gathering of religious news reporters today that he receives a daily devotional including a prayer from White House faith director Joshua DuBois every morning on his Blackberry. He said that the “wonderful practice” started during his presidential campaign. Response: This is good example of one type of internet ministry that can […]