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October 25, 2007
by meandean
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Pardon my dyslexia sir, but your Arabic is backwards!

You would think with all the World traveling with which I’ve been blessed that I wouldn’t blunder about like such a stupid Yank! Fat chance. Seems that by trusting a Google English to Arabic translation of “blogJordan” gave me all the right letters, in all the wrong order! That’ll teach me to field un-vetted materials – hopefully you as well; without the following entertaining embarrassment: Continue reading

May 10, 2007
by meandean
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Blogging your studies and sermon using Google Docs

This scenario sound familiar: your pastor nicely insists you publish his sermons online, but sends you his work in MS Word files that were converted via an old version of WordPerfect for Windows. Yeah, talk about cruft! Fortunately, I think Google may have an affordable and easy answer for all parties involved in this processing paradigm; it’s called Docs & Spreadsheets. Continue reading

May 9, 2007
by meandean
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Why your cool church web site needs (the new) Google Analytics

Back in November of 2005, Google release Analytics, a high popular and free service to help you measure the effectiveness of your church web site. Yesterday, at the Emetrics Summit in San Francisco, Brett Crosby and Jeff Veen announced a re-factored version of Google Analytics that is more accessible and easier to use; begging the question – why haven’t you plugged this service into your church or charity’s web presence? Continue reading

August 27, 2003
by meandean
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Glenn Reynolds on Working with the System

Last week, I reminded you that those who fail to plan inadvertently plan to fail. A thought corroborated by that towering genius of the blogosphere, Glenn Harlan Reynolds, a.k.a. the Instapundit. In this week’s TechCentral column, he writes: “… [press] … Continue reading