Monthly Archive: January 2005

A Wild Kind of Christian 0

A Wild Kind of Christian

[a lost entry reconstructed] Many in the ill-named emergent church conversation are familiar with A New Kind of Christian, and as Jason Clark had aptly noted that Emergent is not the Emerging Church, there are several other ways that different...

title matters and other meandering thoughts 0

title matters and other meandering thoughts

[a lost entry reconstructed] Call me a slow learner. Now it’s finally making some sense to me about the value of using a title. When I had started blogging in 1999, I resisted using a title on my blog entries...

influential people 0

influential people

[a lost entry reconstructed] Today I finished reading Blog : Understanding the Information Reformation That’s Changing Your World by Hugh Hewitt of www.hughhewitt.com, an A-list blogger depending on which A-list you reference. The book is a good read, and makes...

DSL exile at home 0

DSL exile at home

[a lost entry reconstructed] For those of you keepin’ score at home, I am still dial-up at home (see SOL on DSL). My previous DSL provider Earthlink still has not removed the signal from the phone line, and my new...

tapping into motivation 0

tapping into motivation

[a lost entry reconstructed] I mused (without a muse for the past 2 weeks) about elusive motivation a week or so ago, and in a recent conversation, I shared a very small bit of insight that if one is tapped...

my random life #2: improbable workaholic

my random life #2: improbable workaholic

[a lost entry reconstructed] Reading Lee’s musing about what he learned on vacation triggered a revelation for me. I might be a workaholic! It’s not a hard confession, but it’s just not how I think of myself (self-perception being as...

quick trip, slow travel 0

quick trip, slow travel

[a lost entry reconstructed] Back from a quick trip out West to Las Vegas, was at Leadership Network‘s Multiplication & Teaching Churches Briefing. Tight schedule, brillant concept: 24-hour schedule that provided exposure and interaction with up to 16 innovatively effective...

Six Apart and LiveJournal join forces 0

Six Apart and LiveJournal join forces

The rumors are true, Six Apart (makers of Typepad and MovableType) buys LiveJournal. Official press release, FAQs, LiveJournal’s initial comments, and initial rumor [the Internet exclusive]. One of my friends uses LiveJournal. I was disappointed to find out recently that...