There is a great article in the November Fast Company called The Beauty of Simplicty.  Talking about Google and simplicity, Marissa Mayar, Google’s Dirctor of Consumer Web Products, says, "Google has the functionality of a really complicated Swiss Army knife, but the home page is our way of approaching it closed.  It’s simple, it’s elegant, you can slip it in your pocket, but it’s got the great doodad when you need it.  A lot of our competitors are like a Swiss Army knife open–and that can be intimidating and occasionally harmful."

Whoa.  Does that say something about churches?  What about websites?

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The Beauty of Simplicity