There has been a lot of noise about the changes made lately by Facebook. While they make several changes to it every year this one has been by far the most confusing and frustrating. I understand that people hate change. The new interface is actually very nice and much more user friendly. What I have … Continue reading The Death of Facebook
Recently we purchased http://villagechapel.com. It had been for sale for years but the owners we unwilling to come down on their price. Well I got an email last Wednesday saying they were willing to come down so I low balled them and they accepted. We got the domain name villagechapel.com for half off! So now … Continue reading VillageChapel.com
Are you on Facebook? Do you blog? If you are looking for the next thing or just upset with the changes to facebook then Twitter may be your thing. Twitter is a combo of facebook status updates and blogging called "micro-blogging." You have 140 characters to get your point across. The basic size of a … Continue reading Do You Twitter?
Found this in the Preaching Today Newsletter and thought I would pass it on:12-STEP INTERNET RECOVERY PROGRAM1) I will have a cup of coffee in the morning and read my newspaper like I used to, before the Internet. 2) I will eat breakfast with a knife and fork and not with one hand typing. 3) I will … Continue reading A Little Morning Humor
In my previous blog I mentioned how desolate Santa Barbara's State Street seemed when we were down there. It triggered something that has been bouncing around in my mind for a couple of weeks. People are tired of hearing about the economy. It is everywhere and you can't escape it. On the radio every ad … Continue reading Want to Succeed? Add Value
Our router at our home is down. This is partly the reason for the sporadic posting. It is wreaking havoc in several areas like printing and being tethered to a cable. Can't work from my chair or the table. There is not enough power outlets for my Mac so I have to work for a … Continue reading Router Down
When The Village Chapel first started my office was completely mobile. It consisted of my laptop and my smartphone. It was nice because I could work from anywhere and receive calls and emails. There was a freedom and flexibility that was nice. As the church grew problems started to crop up. First was that no … Continue reading Digital Boundaries
I went out and bought a Mac Book Pro yesterday. So far I am really impressed. Used a program call Outlook to Mac that seemelessly transferred my contacts, files, and calendar onto my mac. Very nice. Now I am typing my very first post on my Mac. Many of the fears that I thought I … Continue reading I Took The Plunge
For the last 3 years I have used a Toshiba Satellite laptop and have pretty pleased except they only lasted me a little over a year each. Each time either the screen crashed or my keyboard would start losing letters. My last Toshiba wouldn't let me use the "m" key which makes it tough considering … Continue reading To Mac or Not?
My Verizon internet is back up. Thank God! I don't have to go to Starbucks to send email out of my Outlook anymore. The local wireless thing from Lompoc is just too weak. Had so many emails that I needed to send that caused major angst but all is better now.