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Monday, July 31, 2006

Free content for websites and magazines

Internet Evangelism Day's page of tips for building church websites can be inserted into any other site, just by copy/pasting a few lines of code. The latest site to adopt it is Baptist Express.

Get the code
from here.

There are also a range of other articles which can be used within websites or print magazines. A major magazine in US will be featuring their article on blogging in September.

Friday, July 07, 2006

Web 2.0

We hear a lot about Web 2.0 these days. What does it mean? Simply, it's just the grown-up web. A system that has developed as a medium into its strenghts.

This article in the Church Nerd blog fills us in:
Web 2.0

Conference Combines Computing & Missions



A recent conference combining computing with missionary outreach drew 140 missionaries from 18 different countries to Taylor University [Upland, Indiana] from June 9-13.

Described as a 'Promise Keepers for Techies', the 17th-annual International Conference on Computing and Mission (ICCM) is a product of Taylor's historic emphasis on missions and its well-respected department of Computing and System Sciences (CSS) Department.

ICCM began in 1989 as a gathering that would allow "techies" to come together and discuss the use of computer technology in the mission field...

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[Also... Visit ICCM.org]

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