Monthly Archives: August 2007

Social Networking Software Options

I received the following email from a buddy of mine this week: “I have a project underway that requires implementing “social networking” software similar to that implemented in LinkedIn or Facebook. I have Googled “social networking software” but after separating

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Next steps – where am I headed?

So I’m sure that some of you are probably asking, “Okay, so you’re working in a career in computers. Why are you going to school for theology and what are you going to do with that?” And I’ve even had

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Great Blogs for Bloggers

I’m working on another series and hope to have it ready to go for next week. In the meantime, I’m going to post some links to some other sites that have recently provided some content similar to my last series.

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Grad School – my experience so far at Divinity School

Last time I talked about my experiences so far as a student pastor. There has been some overlap between grad school and my student pastor experiences due to the overlapping nature of the content involved. School requires work term placements

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Bravo to David Warren!

I don’t easily agree with David Warren’s writing, but he’s on a rant against atheism right now, and I couldn’t agree more with his current series of messages. Instead of stealing his thunder, I’ll direct you right to his stuff:

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