http://www.openstomp.com/ It’s a multi-effects guitar pedal that runs on opensource software.continue reading OpenStomp
My tiny little wavplayer just plays an audio file and then quits. That’s it. Since my voicemail gets emailed to me automatically, I wanted a quick way to just listen to it and have it be done without needing to open some bloated media player for one tiny WAV file. If you want to use […]continue reading Tiny Audio Player
In our new church effort in Lafayette, I set as a goal from very early on that we would attempt to do everything we could with excellence, and though we have had some hiccups with our children’s programming and with our music, we have been consistently high quality with our printed materials and with our […]continue reading Professional Sunday Morning Video Presentations
So I’m embarking on a redesign of our church website… Our current website has been in shambles for a while now http://thesouthsidechurch.org and I haven’t taken the time to really fix it. However, there are a few things I want the site to accomplish: Have an attractive, fast-loading initial page that communicates friendliness and “contemporary-ness” […]continue reading Church Website Redesign
The title of this post comes from a video posted on Guy Kawasaki’s blog about a Chicago company called Threadless that has users create designs for T-Shirts and then sells the finished product. I thought it was an interesting way to talk about there business, and I haven’t finished watching the video yet, so I’m […]continue reading Creating and Monetizing Communities
I’m posting this here to hopefully warn other people who are running mythtv on a home server. Here is what happened: NOTE: Unless you know Linux a little, this won’t make sense.continue reading My home server was hacked!
Last Spring, I wrote a blog article describing my plans to create a “connected home media system.” (It’s the first entry in this category.) It’s been a while, but I thought it was about time to share what I’ve actually done to create the system so far. If you’re interested to read some of my […]continue reading My Home Media System
A new website has recently been created by Justin Carboneau called sharemytestimony.org with the primary purpose of giving people a place to share their personal testimonies online. It’s an interesting concept, and his web design isn’t half bad, but I’m personally unsure of the value such a site might have. From the website: This site […]continue reading sharemytestimony.org
If you haven’t tried Firefox as your web browser yet, you are certainly missing out! It has many benefits, but perhaps this will give you a flavor for how some Firefox users feel about their browser of choice:continue reading Gratuitous Firefox Link
Another post for my own future reference… Sermon illustrations? http://www.nfb.ca/animation/objanim/en/index.phpcontinue reading Free Cartoons and Videos
Before & After Magazinecontinue reading Great Design
I just found a couple free font websites. I’m putting them here for my own future reference. Urban Fonts dafontcontinue reading Free Fonts
Colossians 4:5 says this: Be wise in the way you act toward outsiders; make the most of every opportunity. As a pastor who’s got a blog, I’ve been thinking about how this verse relates to blogging. I’ve been blogging for over a year, and I don’t yet have a “manifesto” like this guy on what […]continue reading How to be a wise blogging pastor?
How do you collaborate with teams through the Internet? Web-based applications are the answer. I’ve found some killer web applications. Read on to find out more!continue reading ZOHO — 12 incredible, free, web applications
Prompted by an article on pastorhacks.net I’ve been a Palm Pilot PDA user since my mom bought me one when I graduated from seminary. (Palm Vx, and awesome tool!) The best feature of the Palm is the ability to have my contacts and calendar on my computer at home and also on a device in […]continue reading Palm Pilots and Web-based Calendars / Contact Database