To Get, or Not To Get an i-Phone?

Before the new i-phone came out I was drooling at any site of, or rumor of it’s impending release. The days leading up to it and on release day I was glued to TechCrunch’s Twitter just so I wouldn’t miss anything. But now I’m pretty glad I...

Technology and Humanity

I love this quote by Daniel Kantor over at Collide Magazine in the article How Expensive Technology Can Cheapen Us. I think when the technology becomes not only the focal point but the prerequisite, we’ve cheapened not only the art, but our humanity. I’m not against...

POST: Re-Structuring and Moving Collective Muse

We define the four-step POST process for creating strategies–people, objectives, strategy, and technology–and reveal why starting with the technologies is a mistake. That is the advice I wish I would have read 6 months ago as I was thinking about creating...

Following Donald Miller…

Donald Miller is by far one of my favorite authors. Blue Like Jazz changed my thinking radically, and what I want in a good book. You can read here about the night we had him out to speak to our college ministry. Recently I have been following him on Twitter and am...

25 Twitter Tips for College Students

About a month ago I wrote a post Formulating an Online Strategy for College Ministry: Part 5–How Twitter Can Catalyze Your Ministry. I was really only focusing on one way college students (ministry) can use Twitter. How about 25 ways? Howard Rheingold had a link...