Have you heard about Pandora? This is VERY cool. Pandora takes your music choice and designs a "radio station" for you, based on a genome like analysis of your selection. Check it out and let me know what you think!
I’m testing out gtalkr, Google’s new instant message application. Anyone using it already? Thanks to Steve Rubel over at Micro Persuasion for the lead! Out.
Life is about seasons. And for me, a new one begins today. I’m starting my journey at Seacoast Grace Community Church today and I’m so excited! When I had the chance to see what they were doing it just reminded
One of my new favorite bloggers is Mark Batterson over at Evotional.com. Mark is the Senior Pastor of the very innovative National Community Church in Washington D.C. Today’s post, 5 Keys to Creativity is a typical post for him. I
Ok. You’re reading them. Blogs, I mean. You’ve maybe even jumped in yourself and have your own blog. But should your organization (church, ministry, company, etc.) have its own blog? Harvard Business School’s Working Knowledge, a free e-newsletter featuring much
In my weekend post on Sacred Cows and Newsletters, err…Stock Tables I referred to Seth’s take on how newspapers around the country are beginning to eliminate the pages devoted to printing the closing prices of NYSE and NASDAQ stocks. They’ve
Another great post over on Mark Batterson’s Blog. Check out this great take on Seth Godin’s new book, The Big Moo, featuring the writings of 33 of today’s most insightful business writers. From The Big Moo: "Jack Welch said, ‘When
Ok, once again, if you’re not using Bloglines to keep up with all your favorite blogs…you’re not spending your time wisely! Bloglines lets you bookmark all the blogs you check out regularly in one place AND shows you when they’ve
One of the blogs that I check out whenever there’s a new post is The Leadership Blog by Josh Sargent. He’s got a great series of short interviews with some of the most innovative pastors and leaders out there. What
They’re ALMOST everywhere. Sacred cows. Most of us have at least one or two. Some of us even have special sacred cow crossings complete with warning signs. Try as we might though, those cows can be tough to kill off.