Church Tech Matters


November 2006

I Know It’s True, I Read It On The Internet

Lessons from the last 24 hours – part 2 Have you ever gotten an e-mail from a well meaning friend saying things like: I checked and this is for real Get this sent around to your contacts ASAP…we don’t… Continue Reading →

Do It Right The First Time

This post and the next one are lessons that I have been reminded of in the last 24 hours. One of my small business clients has a network with 4-5 PC’s (there’s only 4 right now, #5 is on deck,… Continue Reading →

Momentum Conference, 2007

If you happened to peruse my sidebar, due to my suggestion in my last post, you might have noticed the icon on the left. That is the Momentum Blog. What is that? I’m glad you asked. According to the official… Continue Reading →

Sidebar Update

In case anyone cares, I updated my sidebar recently.  I rearranged some things and also added a section called Resources.  This might turn into a place with relevant resources, maybe to highlight posts that could be useful or other online… Continue Reading →

Happy Shopping!

Sorry about recycling this pic, but it reminded me of all the turkeys shoppers trying to get around the malls and other big box stores starting early this morning. If you look close, you will not see me in that… Continue Reading →

Happy Thanksgiving!

Today is Thanksgiving day in the U.S. According to Wikipedia: In the United States, certain kinds of food are traditionally served at Thanksgiving meals. First and foremost, Domesticated turkey is usually the featured item on any Thanksgiving feast table (so… Continue Reading →

Is A MacBook Better Than A Fruitcake? Make Your Choice.

The co-existence of Mac’s and Pc’s in any environment, including church, is inevitable. Mac’s are slowly becoming more mainstream as more and more people are using them, especially with the introduction of the Intel chip into the Mac world, which… Continue Reading →

PS3 Mania – Is It Worth It?

Have you been waiting in line all week for the PS3 release? (PS3=Play Station 3)  From what I can tell, most people who have camped out in line until today’s release are planning to sell it and make a nice… Continue Reading →

Freely Get. Freely Give. is an interesting site, check out this quote from their manifesto: Shouldn’t there be a way for creative churches to freely share ideas and tools God has given them with the church at large? After all, what will change… Continue Reading →

Projection Blues Is Hot

Wow! This post is one of my hottest topics ever, in the sense that it probably generated more comments than any other post. There is a wealth of information in those comments, thank you all for sharing your observations and… Continue Reading →

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