Today I had an IM exchange with a friend whose son is in college. We were talking about his major and his interests. When the conversation ended I said, “I should blog this!” So here it is … Clif says:Your son knows a lot about computers. After an ugly couple of years the IT labor [...]
Dave Winer: “I don’t like Christmas, maybe that has something to do with not particularly liking Christians. Let me explain. It’s not the people I don’t like, it’s the Christianity of the people. “ Something for all of us to chew on during our Christmas break.
Dave Ferguson: “policy is what happens when we can’t get people to do what we want them to do or when people are not championing a clear cause. Policy occurs when the ethos of a church culture is weak and the cause is not compelling.” Wow. Maybe there’s a good reason I don’t like to [...]
Did I mention how cranky I am with Road Runner right now? It gets worse. Our master e-mail list has around 9,000 subscribers. All of a sudden, the number of subscribers dropped significantly yesterday. Upon investigation, 1,400 of our 1,700 Road Runner subscribers are bounced. Road Runner tech support is clueless – we might as [...]
While you’re on Tony Dye’s blog, also check out his post on Choices for the CMS we want and the comments that follow. This post sparked a lengthy conversation between myself and Brian Slezak, my fellow Appian Way blogger who works with me in the IT Department at Resurrection. Particularly, we discussed the comment by [...]
Effective Web Ministry Notes comments on an article in the Orlando Sentinel regarding how college coaches are sending text messages to recruits’ phones as a tool in their recruiting efforts. We need to figure out how to use texting in our student ministry strategy.
One of our senior ministry leaders is replying to e-mails from a hundred or so people who e-mailed her. Many of these people are on Road Runner e-mail addresses. (Road Runner is the Internet service from Time Warner Cable.) She started getting bounce-backs from Road Runner that look like this: The e-mail system was unable [...]