This book was so not what I had expected. When you read a title like ‘Small Data: The Tiny Clues That Uncover Huge Trends’ it’s clear that this book is about making sense of data you gather for marketing purposes. So what I was expecting was a bit of a how-to approach where the author showed how to translate big data (meaning cold hard figures and statistics) into small data (conclusions).
Archives for April 2016
When the church tech team is asked to dress up…
…we be like:
Here comes the weekly wind-up for the ChurchMag Church Tech Snack Pack.
A little bit of babbly-babble. A slight attempt at humor.
And don’t forget the sentence with the exclamation mark!
It didn’t take me very long into the night to realize that I needed something to help protect me from the bad guys. I looked through all of the stuff I had collected and found enough iron for some boots and enough leather to make a hat and some pants. This wasn’t the best armor, but it was a great start. Eventually, I will have enough diamond to make the best armor available.
This gave me enough protection to survive the cave I was exploring and the bad guys had no chance against me now! Without the armor I was sure to struggle and would have had a very difficult time surviving the cave. I was thankful to have the armor and protection that it gave me.
From Sofia, Bulgaria, Encho Enchev is a Senior 3D artist and designer for Ubisoft and he has created an awesome Batmobile concept design.
This needs to be used in some kind of Batman story – comic, movie, video game, somewhere!
I also love where he’s drawn inspiration from…check it out:
If you are helping out with your church website, it can be exciting to begin coding and designing. However, there is something very important you need to do before you start implementing your incredible vision for the church website. It’s not as attractive as getting your hands dirty in code and Photoshop, but it is far more important and it will save you time and hassle latter on.
You need to sit down and chat with all the stake holders.
You’ll be amazed at how many people are (or consider themselves to be) a stakeholder in your church website. In a large church, this may include people who are responsible for different ministries within the church, but it also includes people who have strong opinions about how the church site should look. This second group can be large within small churches as well as larger ones, in fact it may even be bigger in a small church.