Elegant Themes has released their most flexible and advanced theme in their collection and possibly one of the most flexible and advanced WordPress themes on the market.
Best of all, we’re giving away 3 Developer licenses ($89) — which will include access to Divi.
This is way cool.
You’ve got to check this out!
Kris Temmerman decided he wanted to make something interactive in his store window.
So, he built this EPIC public neighborhood video game:
Finally, a new church nursery pager solution!
Ever since Agapage disappeared, I receive regular messages about churches looking for a nursery pager solution; and now I have one to share.
Nursery Pager is not only affordable, there are no setup fees, no hardware costs, unlimited growth potential and no contracts. If only my mobile plan was this simple!
Does your church have a nursery pager solution?
Kevin Hendricks is the Editor of ChurchMarketing Sucks and owns a freelance writing and editing company, Monkey Outta Nowhere.
He is a keen communication and EPIC reader—as many as 137 books in one year!
Talking with Kevin was a real treat. It was great to get to know him a little better and I am sure you’ll feel the same.
Now, here’s Kevin…
This is the Gandalf cat, but these are the Gandalf cats…in action.
Poor dogs don’t even stand a chance…
This has got to be the most detailed flowchart on choosing a board game EVER!
I combed through it looking for what titles it includes, to see if this was really worth posting. If it didn’t include classics like Settlers of Catan or Carcassonne (aka: some of my favorites), what would be the point, right?
Well, this flowhchart not only includes these great games, but even offers the classics like Mouse Trap and Sorry!
This flowhcart may or may not come in handy while you try to choose the perfect board game, but it certainly is a lot of fun to read.
Check this out:
Did you see Bob Dylan’s interactive music video?
If not, you have to!
Promoting Bob Dylan’s The Complete Album Collection, Vol. 1, an interactive video of Like a Rolling Stone has been put together in a TV like fashion. Using Interlude‘s Treehouse technology, this music video presents itself like a regular television that can be surfed channel to channel.
The results are pretty EPIC.
Imagine if a office building was transformed into a giant Rubick’s Cube for you to solve?
That’s what Javier Lloret imagined and then turned it into a reality using some really cool tech.
Called the Puzzle Facade, here’s how it works:
After three months and 25,000 dominos, this EPIC domino relay was created.
In technical domino YouTube jargon, this is known as a “screenlink”:
“Each clip is separate then edited together to make it look like one long setup. The first half are my clips (built in USA) then at 1:35 it switches to millionendollarboy’s (built in Germany.) This was a collab video so it was impossible to do one take, not to mention how much floor space and dominoes would be needed.”
It’s cool to see how these guys have used YouTube to further their fun with domino screenlinks. Who would have ever thought of being able to do a three month, Transatlantic collaborative domino project?
This infographic below takes a look at branding in the sense of business, but really, the concept of branding has a far greater reach than just the marketplace. These same concepts can be used for churches, ministries and nonprofit organizations.
Like it says at the beginning of this infographic, your online brand is like your storefront. Or in the case of a church, it’s the front door. Nonprofits, it’s your headquarters.
“A brand consists of the associations and emotions that people hold about your
company organization, products cause or service mission.”