Every once and a while we like to run an advertising special on ChurchMag, so for the month of May, we’re dropping all of our ads by 20%!
We’ve never dropped the ad rates like this before, usually we drop the rate on one ad size.
If you’re interested in long term advertising or a sponsored post, we can do that, too.
Here are the deets:
Can you imagine building an RPG game with Microsoft Excel?
Cary Walkin did and it’s available for download!
This is nothing short of impressive:
If you think the website for “It’s Dangerous To Go Alone…The Movie” is awesome, you should see the movie trailer:
Today is Star Wars Day!
“May the Fourth be with you.”
As much as I wanted to post about some of my favorite Star Wars posts on ChurchMag, like the Star Wars Propaganda Posters and the 48 Star Wars Mashups, I will refrain and limit myself to capsulizing the top 10 ChurchMag Star Wars post in the past year:
Welcome to the 98th Saturday Sunday Share!
Oh, how I loves them.
Let’s first take a quick look at last week’s shares and then dive into this week’s shares:
Now this is way to play Pong:
For over two decades now, I have dreamed of publishing a book. When the Kindle and iPad burst onto the scene, I knew that my dream had changed. Getting published on paper seemed daunting; however, getting published digitally seemed so very simple…except for the actual formatting of the book.
I tried to code and compile my own Kindle book several times. It took so much time to edit, proofread, and then recompile the book to only have to do it again the next time I see an error. Then, for Valentine’s Day, I made a book for my wife using a simple Amazon’s Send to Kindle app. That worked fairly well, but again, I had to go through several drafts before I found the formatting that worked best.
Into this malaise of formatting errors, a hero has emerged, a hero named PressBooks.com!
I don’t know if this is really news or not, as I’ve known this for a long time. More reasons why my teens have had very limited use on Facebook.
Straight-up: Teens are not safe on Facebook.
Check out these stats and you’ll see why, and you’ll also find why many employers block Facebook altogether.
Check these out:
Follow these quick tips to make the most of your 10 seconds!
I’m a sucker for keyboard shortcuts.
That’s one of the many reasons why I dig the Alfred app so much. Without even jumping over to grab my mouse, I can jump to a new app or open a file directly. I also love using my hotkeys and shortcuts in my apps.
So why the heck haven’t I tried learning Gmail keyboard shortcuts?
Now that I have them enabled, I can use this handy cheat sheet and step-up my shortcut game: