Monthly Archives: July 2009

Leading Volunteers – No Easy Button

In talking with other church tech leaders, one thing I often hear is how frustrating it is to lead tech volunteers.  There’s a lot of frustration surrounding how unreliable they are and there’s always a need for more volunteers and … Continue reading

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Build a Website – Part Deux

In part one of this series I laid out the basics of project mgmt as I see them and briefly mentioned my use of FreeMind to do some brain storming / mind mapping. There are of course many resources and … Continue reading

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Tutorial – DVD Ripping

I have to preface this post by saying that neither I nor any members of CTM condone the ripping of DVDs or any other source for personal or commercial gain. This article discusses techniques to copy content that you legally … Continue reading

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Google Voice – A New Tool for Ministry

Google is finally rolling out Google Voice to the masses – albeit slowly – via invitation. To get an invitation, you simply need to enter your email address at this site. The site also has a really good demo video … Continue reading

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Generating PDF Files Easily

Maybe I’m one of the few who struggle with this, but one of the problems I seem to run into regularly is the need to just take a simple document already in my possession and convert it into a PDF … Continue reading

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