Now, if we had studied this instead of the ‘real’ periodic table, chemistry would have been a lot more fun in high school… [Read more…] about The Periodic Table of Middle Earth
Archives for June 2013
I’m a huge college sports fan (literally counting down the days until college football starts back up!) but when I heard that my college team, the Kansas Jayhawks, announced they were going to pay the head coach Bill Self $50 million on a 10-year deal, I thought that sounded like a lot.
Then someone on ESPN calmly said…
I am currently in a mode to not only organize my life better, but make the most of my mobile experience. I love and am jealous for Android users with their Google Now and Google Calendar integration, longing for the predictive searches, keeping the calendar organized, and manage schedules better. To translate this to iOS, I am testing out several iOS calendar apps including the Apple native app, Sunrise, and tempo to be able to do scheduling better.
Is it okay to tweet or use other forms of social media during the sermon?
Eric Dye, Jeremy Smith and Phil Schneider talk about the implications of using social media during church from a personal perspective as well as how it might be perceived by those outside of the church.
What do you think?
A was recently asked by a fairly large church about online church membership training apps. Coming from a more modest size church, I had never thought of such a thing!
However, the more I thought about it, the more I realized how cool of an idea this would be–even for smaller churches.
So, here are six online church membership training apps I found in researching online training tools.
This series of What’s In Your Bag? has contributors opening up their own tech bags and sharing with the world actual devices that they regularly use within their own blogging and professional lives from various backgrounds all over the world. The hope is that we can give you guys some great insight into some useful tools that we already are using in the day to day.
You want to know what’s in my bag?
Okayyyy, but remember…you asked for it.
Cause I’m like the church tech version of Mary Poppins—my bag is bottomless, ya’ll.