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-Any uses for the New Apple iPad for Ministry?

Posted by | January 30, 2010 .

  John Saddington has an ‘open thread’ going on at his Church Crunch blog calling for ideas on how the new iPad might be used for ministry—check it out: Open Thread: Apple iPad for Ministry?

-Sec. Clinton: “Three Internet Freedoms”

Posted by | January 24, 2010 .

(Sec. Clinton via Wikipedia) On Wednesday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton declared in a speech that unrestricted Internet access was a top priority of the Administration. In the process she took on China and a number of other countries around the world including Egypt for the recent cases of Internet censorship. In her speech Secretary […]

-Google vs. China on Internet Censorship

Posted by | January 17, 2010 .

(Image via CrunchBase) Google email accounts were presumably hacked by the Chinese government in December. Since the victims were primarily Chinese human rights activists this resulted in a strain between Google and the Chinese government. Now Google is saying that they may quit China over censorship of search results. For once Google is on our […]

-Speaking to Your Audience and Avoiding ‘Christianese’

Posted by | January 10, 2010 .

(Cross Image by crowt59 via Flickr) One of the major problems that Christians face on the Internet is actually speaking the language of the target audience while avoiding ‘Christianese’ –words and phrases that are primarily used in the Christian community. I have written on this subject in the past: “The Problem of Speaking Christianese” Here’s […]

-Computer Humor

Posted by | January 8, 2010 .

Plus your webcam and mic?

-What about Blogging and Taxes?

Posted by | January 3, 2010 .

(Tax Forms by freedryk via Flickr) Along with January comes the reality that the tax man will soon be knocking at your door in April for the year just completed if you live in the good ol’  USA. If you made any money blogging at all no matter how big or how small it must […]

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