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February 28, 2008
by meandean

How to setup Google Sites for your website’s Wiki page

I feel like a little boy yelling down the street to announce the arrival of the circus. “They’re here! They’re Here! They’re HERE!” Yes folks, the JotSpot WIKI technology that Google acquired back in October of 2006 is now a service available via Google Aps – a service entitled “Google Sites.”

A service that I as soon as it appeared on my aggregator, I added to HealYourChurchWebSite.com – taking screen shots and notes so you too can add Google Sites’ WIKI-like capabilities to your church and/or charity website.

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February 27, 2008
by meandean
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5 Comments on Google, Tammy Faye, WIFI Security, Spiritual Abuse and Flashination

Here are 5 comments from visitors that I think are worth restating in a post as they each address larger issues facing many of us who design, develop, deploy and maintain church and/or charity websites. The format will be a brief on what the original article stated, and then snippets of what the commenter contributed; so in no particular order: Continue reading

February 14, 2008
by meandean
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How to block a range of IPs from spamming your church website

Using a blog to manage a website’s content is a flexible and affordable solution more and more churches are employing to effectively present their message online. There is however one drawback – in that some of the open source blogging solutions used as content management on the cheap also tend to attract attention from nere-do-wells who attack the comment and content functions of application such as WordPress and MovableType with robotic floods of advertisements offering anything from enlarging various appendages to curing male baldness all while losing your life’s saving playing poker online. Continue reading

February 2, 2008
by meandean
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Groundhog Day: Punxsutawney Phil vs. Staten Island Chuck, you decide!

Well folks, it’ Groundhog day and the results are in. Now I don’t mean to start a controversy … ah who am I kidding … of course I am. Okay, true confessions aside, it appears we have conflicting GroundHog Day results from the field – just like some of your image lighting sources. Continue reading