And Another Skitch

Figured I’d do something with this new Skitch toy. Social networking around screengrabs and doodles. Who knew? Oh yeah, the cool peeps at Plasq who made Comic Life.

Yeah, that was pretty cool, have to say.

I just think this illustration is funny. Notice how even with the protective cover, they still recommend wearing a strap. It’s like, listen buddy, if you screw this one up, you’re no-doubt doubly dumb.

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Noonhat Experience Turns Out to be an Ear-Opener to Silicon Alley 2.0 Buzz

So, I went out for a noonhat lunch today. It was pretty cool. I got to meet some interesting characters poised to do some awesome things in this Tech/New Media sector of NYC biz, Silicon Alley.

The captain of conversation for the duration of the meal was Sanford Dickert. Sanford is an animated and infectious visionary who is Continue reading “Noonhat Experience Turns Out to be an Ear-Opener to Silicon Alley 2.0 Buzz”

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The Web is Our Missions Field

In this past few weeks, I’ve realized just how possible it is to reach out on a global scale right from your computer. It started with a post that stemmed from thoughts about Christians having a tendency to be judgmental of folks when they don’t really have the right to do so. Some discussion took off by surprise and so, I looked around for help.

First, I prayed, and then went out to get some help from friends. In the quest, made a new friend with a ministry called to help others do just this: MinistryCamp. So many people are online these days just starving, hungry for information and digesting (too much in many cases). And so there are lots of opportunities to encourage folks all over the world by way of a blog. Many have been doing it for years, but what you may not realize just how easy it is. If you’re interested, you can set up a blog and have an online ministry running in minutes. Blogger, WordPress.com are just a couple. Just google for blog services and you can find plenty of freebies to get you started. Also, getting a page on a social networking site such as Facebook or Virb is in a lot of ways better for the uninitiated because you can get plugged right into groups to help you feed into the blogosphere.

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