Tagged: blog

to Texas and back

Thrilled to be in Dallas this week for the Ideation Experience hosted by Leadership Network. I didn’t spend much time at the laptop keyboard and made most of my time with f2f conversations. For great notes on the process of...

blog tour by Outreach Convention people

Got this comment from the National Outreach Convention (Nov 4-6) is visiting blogs, possibly here today: The NOC plans on visiting this blog today – at the risk of changing the subject! We hope that a dialogue will not distract...

Dave Gibbons. Monkey and Fish. Blog Tour

Today is the one-day blog tour for Dave Gibbons‘ new book, The Monkey and The Fish. And that means Dave will be roaming the blogosphere for conversations with you! He took a moment to answer a couple of my questions:...

sharing content before the book publishes

While the publishing process still has its mystique, and each publishing house has its own style and approach, the writing process is usually a closed and mysterious too, with its content closely guarded until it’s published (and sold), since people...

my Mom reads my blog

During Christmas break, I visited with my parents and brothers in Virginia, and Mom even has this blog set as her browser’s home page. Umm, so, here’s my HI MOM to her. hi Mom on 12seconds.tv

4 questions for Ed Cyzewski on theology

The Coffeehouse Theology blog tour makes its stop here today! Ed Cyzewski, author of Coffeehouse Theology: Reflecting on God in Everyday Life, responds to 4 of my burning questions here. I didn’t want to ask the typical junket questions like...

Live from ChurchTechCamp

Spending the day at ChurchTechCamp; see the live streaming video, chat room, live tweets, and live blogging >> Here’s a quick video scanning the #churchtechcamp audience Search for hashtag #churchtechcamp for multiple simultaneous voices; follow me at twitter.com/djchuang for mine...

blog comments search engine

Many great insights show up in the comment thread of blogs, especially on A-list blogs [FYI, I’m B-list]. I’m surprised that with web technologies multiplying on so many fronts that a search engine hasn’t been built sooner to crawl blog...