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“Freely you have received. Freely give.” – Jesus Proponents of “Open Source” ideas get this instinctively, and the far-reaching impacts of their generosity speak for themselves. In the last fifty years, nothing has transformed the world around us more than the Open Source technology that underlies the World Wide Web. How we do just about [...]
93% of American adults own a cell phone. The avg American teen sends 2,272 txt msgs evry mo In Feb 2008, John McCain raised $11M for his Presidential campaign the traditional way. Barack Obama attended 0 fundraisers, yet raised $55M online. The computer in your cell phone is one million times cheaper, one thousand times [...]
HT: Ralph Castillo
Busines/internet/marketing gurus and best-selling authors Chris Anderson, Malcolm Gladwell, Seth Godin, Guy Kawasaki and others all weighed in today on a debate about Free on the day before we celebrate political freedom. Fascinating timing, but I suspect the release of Anderson’s book Free: The Future of a Radical Price was connected somehow to Independence Day. [...]
If you find it hard to keep up with Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, LinkedIn, Youtube, Vimeo, Myspace, and all the other web 2.0 social networking sites sprouting up, this site will make you feel even more overwhelmed. And what’s the point of engaging all these spaces anyway? Beyond personal reasons like reuniting with friends, nurturing hobbies, [...]
Great insights from all purpose web/technology/entrepreneurship/marketing guru Guy Kawasaki in this month’s Entrepreneur magazine. Here’s a compilation of 13 silly and even stupid ways some companies are hindering adoption of their products and services. So if you are doing any of them, don’t. 1. Forcing immediate registration: Requiring a new user to register is a [...]
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Christian Social Justice Widgets: More resources to enhance the functionality of your urban ministry website, from the good people at UrbanMinistry.org. You can bet I’ll be using (at least) a few (of the 20 available).
Change has come to America. The new White House has a blog and RSS feed. Do you?
From Mashable: WordPress founding developer Matt Mullenweg turned 25 [Sunday]. In addition to his work building the massively popular blogging platform, Mullenweg was named among the 25 Most Influential People on the Web in 2008 and one of the Top 30 Under 30. Mullenweg writes: â€œIf you had asked me 7 years ago where I [...]« Previous Entries