Archive for July, 2011
W00t! The Faith and Technology blog is now the #1 Google hit if you search for faith and technology. I discovered this by looking at my web stats (thanks to StatCounter) to see how various people in the past few days have found the blog.
As of July 10, I’ve joined Google+ so I’m now on the Big Three social networking sites that are still likely to have some future (MySpace is effectively dead). People have been making comparisons between them and are wondering which one(s) will survive. I haven’t used G+ enough to have a thorough review of how […]
We all know Marshall McLuhan for his overly quoted phrases: “the medium is the message” and the “global village”; but how many of us have actually read any McLuhan? I confess I have not. I’ve read others who have studied him (such as Neil Postman), and I have his influential Understanding Media: The Extensions of […]