Mobiles are the present and future of technology for ministry. With that in mind, eDOT has been steadily increasing its presence into this realm over the past several years. We began by looking at how to harness text messaging for ministry follow-up and interactions, moved to “mobile first” web design, and we are now designing smartphone apps.
Now how do you think this can change ministry today? [Can’t see the picture above – click here]
My family got together this last Christmas and gave me one gift – a Kindle. (well, two – they included a case for it as well) Now some of you out there (like my high school English teacher) are saying, “Wait, I didn’t know Courtney could read!?!” It’s true, I don’t normally read novels or
The idea is that there’s sensors in an arm band that pick up low frequency sounds (inaudible to human ear) so that you when you tap different parts of your arm, it “sounds” different and so the computer knows where you hit and can act appropriately. Totally cool but think about the implications – we
EVOKE trailer (a new online game) from Alchemy on Vimeo. Think differently about how online games and technology can change the world.
I hit a milestone in my life. While I have a 30 GB iPod to store my collection of CD music (which started in 1983 with Greg X Volz’s “River is Rising” CD), I found that I was continuously trying to find the 30 GB of storage space on my laptop. Now I didn’t want
WARNING: GEEK MATERIAL ENCLOSED. Problem: WordPress was designed to run on Apache and not on the Windows IIS server. However, my hosting is a Windows server and I want to use WordPress (which does basically work on Windows IIS) but I also want to use Permalinks (nice URLs, not those “?page=23” type URLS). I’m on