Category Archives: Digital Technology

Nonprofit WP: WordPress Guide for Nonprofits

This looks like a helpful site with advice for setting up the WordPress content management system. It’s aimed at non-profits, but some useful basic information there. Source: Nonprofit WP: WordPress Guide for Nonprofits

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Starting project – blogging software

One of my tasks for getting the blog back up and going is to look at how software for the Mac, Windows and iOS has progressed over the past few years. I like using a client to write blog posts, … Continue reading

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Religion, Pop Culture and Video Games

An eclectic bunch of links today, focusing upon biblical literacy, religion and video games, and video games as a way of creating wellbeing. First up a new book from Heidi Campbell and Gregory Grieve “Playing with Religion in Digital Games … Continue reading

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EasyBib Bibliography Creator – Google Docs add-on

With more students using web-based/cloud-based software to write their work up in, this looks like a useful addition for Google Docs – See EasyBib Bibliography Creator – Google Docs add-on. PaperPile does something similar but it isn’t free, RefWorks (if … Continue reading

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Alban – Building Up Congregations and Their Leaders

[From Alban – Building Up Congregations and Their Leaders ]

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The Big Bible Project

I’ve started following The Big Bible Project out of Durham in the UK (and not to be confused with Tim Bulkeley’s equally excellent bigbible.org and blog SansBlogue). It’s well worth a look. Some recent things that I’ve looked at over … Continue reading

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Technology Is Not Driving Us Apart After All

One of my new colleagues forwarded this link to me today. Intriguing project comparing past and present activities in the same geographic location to see if mobile devices have changed the way people interact in that space. See Technology Is … Continue reading

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Mobile devices & Learning Management Systems – Random Thoughts

Over the past year or so I’ve been using an older model iPad in my tertiary education environment to access various information and learning management systems and have, on the whole, been disappointed. The iPad works well for consuming media … Continue reading

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Double map-making

Two interesting articles on map-making – one in the fictional context and the other for the web with real world data. Both interesting reads. How to Make a Fantasy World Map | Tor.com. 6 Reasons to Get Over Your Fear … Continue reading

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New media, religion and the interaction between the two

Now that the semester has ended and I’m clearing my desk (virtual and otherwise) of things that have accumulated there, here’s a list of links on media, religion and often the intersection between the two that I found interesting. Heidi … Continue reading

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