Social media is front and center this week with Zuck speaking on Capitol Hill.
- What do you think about all of this?
- Have you talked about it with others?
We would love to hear your thoughts on it — drop it in the comments? — enjoy this week’s pack:
- Senators propose legislation to protect the privacy of users’ online data after Facebook hearing
- This plan would regulate Facebook without going through Congress
- Nate Lu: Creatives and Churches Have More in Common Than Not
- How to Ruin a Sermon Illustration
- A New Kind of Memory Could Make RAM and ROM Obsolete
- Nintendo wants startups to pitch new Switch concepts
- Twitter postpones platform change that would cut off third-party apps
- How To Capture Beautiful Church Photos For Free | Ep. #081
I like to describe my theological positions as contrapposto …
— John Dyer (@johndyer) April 13, 2018
I busted out tweetdeck for IATEFL. it's like I'm back in 2014.
— Chris Wilson (@MrChrisJWilson) April 9, 2018
— Tapbots (@tapbots) April 6, 2018
— Brady Shearer (@BradyShearer) April 12, 2018
Meet these great presenters and more. Join us in Dallas for Tribe–Church Tech Team Development Summit, May 7-8 at Valley Creek Church, Flower Mound, Tex. #Tribe2018 #churchtech #churchmedia #worshipleader #NAB2018 #proav #proaudio #church #dallas https://t.co/aYW47hNfHQ pic.twitter.com/PwsT3lYkzp
— Church Production (@ChurchProdMag) April 13, 2018
The GDPR was first proposed by the European Commission in 2012 as an update to an existing EU data privacy law, Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC, which had been on the books since 1995. The European Parliament passed its… https://t.co/lT83PGrXqz
— The iChurch Method (@ichurchmethod) April 12, 2018
I’ve converted my 2012 MacMini to use an SSD (External USB3 Samsung T5) as the main/boot drive. Can you see any difference?! It’s like I’ve got a new machine! pic.twitter.com/z0WYBPq6sv
— James Cooper (@jpc101) April 11, 2018
— ThatChurchConference (@ThatChurchConf) April 11, 2018
— ChurchTechToday.com (@ChurchTechToday) April 12, 2018
how to be a billionaire (per the internet):
-sleep 10 hrs/day
-read 6 books/week
-meditate for 2 hrs/day
-post motivational quotes
-wake up before 5am every day
-work 14 hrs/day
-workout 2 hrs/day (before work)
-but also have a good work-life balance
voila that's it
— Ben Carlson (@awealthofcs) April 10, 2018
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