Nearly every week, we look for hilarious things on the Internet and try to bring you a little bit of humor to set you up right for the weekend. This week we see someone “crashing” several other people’s phone calls. Perfect for a couple of great laughs.
Archives for November 2012
If you’re into web design, CSS, or just enjoy seeing some really neat things on the web, then here’s one website you don’t want to miss.
Right on the heels of the new James Bond movie, Skyfall, is this really cool website that allows you to see all the cars that were featured in all the Bond movies since the franchise started.
Last night, at about 12am, I was doing was any self-respecting man would do when he has to be up by 6am: I was on Twitter. That’s when I saw this:
The Jurassic Park 2: The Lost World website is still up and in 1997 form. http://t.co/6QZEqcjr
— StackSocial (@StackSocial) November 16, 2012
My interest was obviously piqued, so I embarked on a journey as an Internet archaeologist. Here’s what my expedition revealed:
YouTube is not a new social media network and has stood against the test of time, but even now many people are not overusing this unique and powerful network. Churches could be sharing their sermons, youth ministries their skits and announcements, and bloggers filming their posts instead of writing labor intensive and grammatically correct posts.
The ultimate question should not be “are you using YouTube” as it assumes you are, but “how are you using it effectively?”
You’ve heard it before and you’ve probably used the term as you trained volunteers. I know that I have. At times, it feels like the perfect word to describe the efforts of a well-orchestrated team accomplishing a project but at other times, it feels like a source of frustration as it is ever elusive. But what does it really mean? How do we actually define it?
It should be both!
For a long time there has been a bit of a war/struggle between should one use a Facebook Group or a Facebook Page for your Church’s Facebook presence. Each have their pros and their cons and we need to better understand what these differences are and how they impact Church communication’s strategy.
In part 1 of the series, we looked at WWW Visibility and Branding. In part 2, we looked at the whole Notifications aspect. In part 3, we looked at Engagement. In this fourth installment of the five part series, we’ll be taking a look at Privacy.
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