Heal Your Church WebSite


Teaching, rebuking, correcting & training in righteous web design.

July 31, 2007
by meandean
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How church website design documentation (doesn’t) get done

At some point, some savvy steward in a church raises the question “What happens if our all-knowing, über church web design geek leaves? We should have them teach us how it works.” At which point even more hilarity ensues as the following process begins innocently enough in the form of an ‘educational’ ad-hoc Internet committee meeting: Continue reading

July 27, 2007
by meandean
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Google + Sprint make mobile missions easier with WiMax

Imagine being in the mission field, either full time or as part of a one-week effort sponsored by your church. Imagine now being able to communicate with your congregation, sponsors and/or family using an Internet service provider whose wireless transmitter isn’t 300 feet away, but 30 miles away … and effectively at 30 megabits per second! Continue reading

July 24, 2007
by meandean
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Simpsonized Server Unavailable – an unsuccessful lesson in success

Late last week, several national newspapers and e-zines published several stories about a silly little promotion for an upcoming, onscreen ‘Homeric’ tale : SimpsonizeMe.com. Unfortunately those coming late to the party may have to wait a bit as the popularity of this interactive Flash-based toy created enough buzz and traffic to crush the server on which it was hosted. Continue reading