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We have been having on again/off again problems with our church website for a while. So our host is making some changes to hopefully solve our intermittent problems. The downside is that our website has been down for a couple of days. We are hoping that it will be back up and running very soon without the problems we have
I forgot to post about a significant event last month. It was my one year anniversary of blogging. 220 posts in a year. I guess that’s not too bad. I have been surprised how much I have enjoyed writing. It’s definitely been a creative outlet for me. There have been so many times that I wanted to write about something,
I am very interested in some of the neat sermon intro videos that churches are doing now. I downloaded a trial copy of Adobe After Effects, but after just a few minutes of playing with it, I realized that it is not a program to learn without going through tutorials and using some reference books. I even contacted a technical
I’ve been playing around with the social networking site facebook the last few days. It seems much cleaner and easier to use than myspace. It seems like a neat way to connect with some other pastors and some old friends. I must be getting old because there are very few people my age from my schools who are on facebook.
A few years ago, I read a book that was really a wakeup for me. It was Ordering Your Private World by Gordon MacDonald. I have always kept a pretty intense schedule, so this book made me realize the importance of staying organized. It made me think about how my “dis-organization” and mismanagement of time was hurting my relationship with
I’m suffering some serious gadget envy today since it is launch day for the iPhone. There are so many great reasons to live in the country, but technology isn’t one of them. We really only have one company around here that has decent cell service and that is U.S. Cellular. Unfortunately, they are still on the old CDMA network and
Jenni was wanting a way to hook her iPod up to our Honda minivan so I came up with the cheap and easy fix. We could have bought one of the adapters that plugs into the cd changer port on the back of the factory radio, but it’s a serious pain to pull out the radio and wire it up.
I was just checking my blog stats on Google Analytics and found that my blog has been viewed literally around the world this year. I started this thing as a way to keep in touch with my family and friends and with the youth at church. I haven’t really publicized it much, and it still doesn’t have many subscribers, but
After a ton of research I finally pulled the trigger on buying a new camcorder to replace my old 8mm Sony. I settled on the new Sony DCR-SR300 and I have been impressed. This is a standard definition camcorder with a 40Gig hard drive built in. I have always hated mini-dv because of having to play the tape back to