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Distinguishing Facebook and Twitter

Facebook is a good vehicle for reconstructing your own historical network. As we go through time we develop a historical network through family, friends, geography and institutions. Facebook nicely allows you to reconstruct that network and participate with people you’ve … Continue reading

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Possible Important Futures for Twitter

Last week’s TWIT (This Week in Tech) had Jason Calacanis as a guest. He made two comments about Twitter that I thought were significant: 1. Twitter will likely continue to grow world-wide because it is hand-set friendly. In much of … Continue reading

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The Editorial Cloud

I think it is true that in all of human history there has never been as much writing and information available to the common person as there is today. Articles, blogs, newspapers, books and reviews, etc. What I love about … Continue reading

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Twitter and Blog Combo as a link library

I get questions from colleagues sometimes about how to store material for sermon preparation. Prior to the boom in webtools I used Infoselect as a storage program and it was OK. Today I use Evernote similarly when I want to … Continue reading

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Why Pastors Should Twitter

Four years ago I wrote the post “Why Pastors Should Blog” (reposted below). I reread it and still agree with it. Few of my pastor friends actually do blog and I’m really fine with that. Having a blog is kind … Continue reading

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Why Pastors Should Blog

This is a repost from April 1, 2005 I believe pastors should consider blogging. There are a lot of good reasons not to, and I understand that, but I think there are some good reasons why pastors and church leaders … Continue reading

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