Happy Birthday YouTube! (Well, it was yesterday, but still!)
For a few weeks, the snack pack tasted like a bag of old potato chips.
This week, however, is full of #nomnom!
Fresh potato chips anyone?
One of our newest beta testers, Tim, joins me in looking at what has been happening on the Churchmag Minecraft Server and in the process, we discuss what community can look like digitally.
Tim shared his own thoughts on joining the servers and we get to hear his heart.
What do you think?
If you’re a geek, and anything like me, then you tend to ‘collect’ old, dead and dying computers (oh, it’s just me then…) 😉 But some old hardware is just beautiful and is worth doing something with (rather than just putting in a cupboard and forgetting about).
One of the most classic of computer designs was the big aluminium PowerMac G5 towers. Crafted out of brushed metal, they were an instance classic and look as good today as they did when they first came out. Although their interiors might not be exciting these days, you can still use them for some pretty special things and German designer, Klaus Geiger has done just that. [Read more…] about EPIC PowerMac G5 Computer Desk [Images]
WordPress is pretty secure by default. But it is also the most popular open source CMS in the world, which makes it a target of all the wanna be hackers, malicious code distributors, and random DDOS attacks. Making your WordPress site secure should be your top priority right after you install WordPress.
Here is what you need to do.
Alternate title: Cat Videos & Screaming Goats: An Ode to YouTube
Happy Anniversary, YouTube!
Ten years since you’ve first video upload, and now you’re seeing over 300 hours of video uploaded every minute! YouTube, we’re so proud of you!
Watching you grow up has been a real thrill. From your vast and growing collection of hilarious cat videos to your proliferation of bizarre and, sometimes, downright inappropriate human behavior—you’ve seen and shared it all!
Sometimes it can be difficult to see the forest through the trees. When you develop a website for your own church or ministry it’s easy to take some bits of information for granted. After all, you know where your church is located or you know what the mission of your organization is.
You get the idea.
There are a lot of church and ministry websites that fall prey to this dynamic, but by answering these five questions, you can avoid some of the most glaring website omissions.