These creative paper pop-up designs by Mengyu Chen are so much fun!
Hey, if Battleship has it’s own movie, why not Tetris?
I have recently located to the Atlanta area in Georgia. I’ve had the opportunity to see Andy Stanley speak live several times, and via the Northpoint services which started broadcasting live online several years ago. When we moved to the area, we know that we wanted to attend one of the Northpoint campuses. We live in the Canton, area so Watermarke Church was a natural fit. What I remember most about our first Sunday was during the music, I was able to just get lost in the moment and worship God without distraction. Why? Because the sound was done so well.
This is cool!
Biola University is organizing a ministry app hack-a-thon at their upcoming Digital Ministry Conference June 5-12, 2012.
The grand prize for the best ministry app developed is $3,000, but it’s the journey that has all the value:
We all could improve our listening skills.
It just makes sense!
Common Sense Kids began as an exercise in persuasive writing. Following Apple’s Education Event in January 2012, a group of 4th grade students at Jackson Elementary in Atlanta, GA were given an assignment to discuss and present their take on the use of digital textbook technology in the classroom.
Their persuasive arguments were so well-received that it resulted in the decision to capture and deliver their message through video. TINT was brought on to produce the short film, working hand-in-hand with their teacher from prep to post. Needless to say, the students were amazing, and it was an absolute blast and honor to help bring their vision to life.
This is the film:
If you’re not dead set on having video, ÜberConference is an awesome new online teleconferencing system.
Right now it’s completely free, and if you want to bump your call limit from 5 to 17, all you have to do is make some social network connections, etc … to increase your limit.
Even with premium version services that will include more features and different pricing options in the future, the current free state of ÜberConference looks great!
Check it out: