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Sunday, July 24, 2005

4 Ways Blogging Can Change Your Church...

[Great article in Lifeway magazine, by Ken Gosnell -- hat-tip E-vangelism.com & eQuip]

The April 5th issue of Business Week magazine had as their cover topic "Blogs will change your business." The article was both interesting and thought provoking. The article focused on the trend of blogging and how businesses will need to tap into this tread to stay current.

In case you are not familiar with the term, “blogging” describes websites where people can gather to explore thoughts on any subject that is of interest to them. There are some 9 million blogs out there, with 400,000 new ones popping up each day (including mine today). So as I read the Business Week article my mind began to race and think about how blogging will change the church.

#1. Blogging will... [continued]

Saturday, July 23, 2005

Church Website Testimonies?

Tony asks the question:

"Got any true stories about people who were first drawn to visit a church because they saw it on the web. If you have any examples, please write."

[continued at Web-Evangelism.com]

Ft. Wayne News-Sentinel: Godcasts growing in popularity


Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Podcast -- A Listeners' Primer

by Brian Groce, Technologist
"The Musings of Brian Groce"

What Is A Podcast?

Simply put, a podcast is an audio file (usually an mp3) posted on the Internet and available as an enclosure in a RSS feed.

What is Needed

The normal requirements to listen to podcasts are...

[continued at IndyChristian.com]

Friday, July 15, 2005

Once Upon A Tech-Support...

Lori Borgman, Columnist, IndyStar

"Once upon a time there was a nice lady who was kind to small children, puppies, and on rare occasions, even telemarketers. The lady worked at home on a computer, which meant she did not have an on-site information technology staff, or IT as they are commonly called. The lady would laugh and say, “No, I don’t have I-T; I only have M-E.”

One day, the nice lady, who would never raise an iron skillet in fury toward anyone except for... " [continued at LoriBorgman.com]

Friday, July 08, 2005

Joining the iPod cult...

Indy Blogger Robert Talbert runs off to join the iPod cult. LOL.

[continued at BrightMystery.net]

[Also note... Another one of our Christian tech bloggers, Brian Groce, is doing some extensive research for a podcasting article shortly. Perhaps an expose of this cult, Brian? **smile**]

Thursday, July 07, 2005

Blogs4God.com... changing to Drupal...

[continued at Blogs4God.com]

[Ed.note: We're deploying Drupal as the tool of choice at one of my ChristianScorecard.com clients -- it's outstanding.]

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