Monthly Archive: September 2005

bloggers meetup

bloggers meetup

Busy day yesterday with a deadline for a website redesign launch, getting all the approvals in place, going live on Tuesday 9/20. More commentary on the thinking behind the redesign, after it launches. Last night, met up with a bunch...

towards getting unburied from email inbox

towards getting unburied from email inbox

Even the best of us get buried by too many emails in the inbox. So I’ve been reading up and slowly applying some tactics to better manage my email inbox. Here are articles to tips I’ve found helpful: Getting a...

blogging by megachurches and their pastors

blogging by megachurches and their pastors

Yes, megachurch pastors are reading and commenting on blogs, most recent notables include Andy Stanley and Tim Keller. They’ve both commented on the thread started by pomomusings’ brief comments about his reactions to visiting North Point Community Church. When I...

Why blog? Why ask?

Why blog? Why ask?

Now it’s neurotic, if not already. I’ve recently noticed mainstream media quoting blogs and bloggers. And now there’s a master’s thesis about blogging at www.whyyoublog.net called Why Do You Blog? Seven motivations for blogging emerge in this research: self-documentation, improving...

What would you do for $50k?

What would you do for $50k?

I called one of my older credit card companies to close the account, for a credit card that I’ve had since 1988. It’s accumulated a credit line of $50,000 over all these years. But listening to Dave Ramsey podcasts has...

Rick Warren on Katrina

Rick Warren on Katrina

Pastor Rick Warren shares what he learned during his recent three-day trip into the Katrina disaster zone. Read the executive summary or see the video: High-speed | Low-speed (in Windows Media format) 7 things Rick Warren learned on his post-Katrina...

urgent and important help for Gulf Coast region

urgent and important help for Gulf Coast region

Just walked through the door at home, greeted warmly by my lil’ family. Exhausted from my business trip up and back from New York, but nowheres near the tedium and agony being experienced by thousands in the Gulf Coast region....