Today on The Techology Show
- Joan Wood Rampey – facebook.com/jwr46
- Richard Hall – www.eden-church.org
- Anthony Casey – facebook.com/acasey64
- Heath Mullikin – chaseyourlion.com
- Steve Stanley – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Matthew Tietje – matthewtietje.com
They Said It
“Maybe the Facebook application put this presentation in people’s newsfeeds and they watched inside of Facebook. … Maybe it showed up in Facebook friends’ newsfeeds … Maybe all the users took the alternate path of going directly to Ustream. Or maybe, just maybe, there’s a little bit of storytelling going on.” – Charles Rotter reporting that 17000 people watched Al Gore’s recent “24 Hours of Reality” climate broadcast, not the 8.6 million viewers that Al Gore’s website is claiming.
SOURCE: Fox News
“Like pretty much everything else these days, the software giant has added the oldest known biblical manuscript to the cloud.” – Brian Header reporting on the news that Google has digitized the Dead Sea Scrolls and made them available in the cloud.
“The Fromm case further involves regular meetings on Sunday mornings and Thursday afternoons with up to 50 persons, with impacts on the residential neighborhood on street access and parking.” – Cathy Salcedo, a spokes person for the city of San Juan Capistrano, in Orange County California explaining why the Fromm family was fined $300 for having a Bible Study in their home.
“It was not respectful, it was not just, it was not loving, and therefore it was not Christian. It was ugly and demeaning. And, as we will see, because of my complicity I have much to be sorry about.” – John Piper confessing that he was a racist while growing up in Greenville, SC.
SOURCE: Christianity Today
January 4, 2012 Mark Batterson