Tag Archives: blogging

From cavemen to Kermit

Wise use of technology is about as difficult as wise use of the tongue, which James describes as a fire and a poison.

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how to keep your favorite blogger(s) going

You can encourage bloggers to write more about subjects your are interested in.

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away with words

Short forms of writing are natural containers for humor but also for surprising things like poems, prayers, and epigrams.

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I have a problem

13 paragraphs in this post begin with “I”. And that’s the essential issue, isn’t it? Computer-mediated communication can foster the illusion that the world revolves around our own interests.

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10 Years of the Daysman

Since I switched to Wordpress five years ago I’ve posted 399 times, about six times a month. And I’ve had almost 55,000 page views, over 10,000 a year. Thanks you.

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thanks be to God

I don’t think the problem is just how often we talk about ourselves. And social media is not a scapegoat for our sin. It’s really what we say about ourselves. And about God.

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In the beginning was the Word

A good blog is a place readers come because they know what to expect, a place where their needs are respected and their comments are welcome. Here writers create conversations that matter about things they care about.

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the cheat sheet

I’m speaking at 2011 Wordcamp Detroit this weekend, a gathering of bloggers using the Wordpress content management system. As a convenience for participants (and you), I’m posting here some links and resources I referred to.

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something to read

Some students come. Some students go. And some students keep on blogging.

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