Tagged: search

unblink launching: starting with the why

The internet is changing. In case you didn’t know it. Most people don’t. That’s okay. The namespace is getting 100s of new domain extensions, like the one used here at unb.link and as the dust settles and more websites and blogs use...

Why is it so hard to find a church

Recently I’ve been asked, time and again, “I’m having a hard time finding a church.” I find the question surprising. Look at this map below of Irvine, California, where every red dot represents a church. (granted, not every Google search of the...

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 comments. Plus,...

(East) Asian Americans and pastor searches

Minorities keep growing– Hispanics are now 15% of the US population and Asian Americans at 5%. A handful of items coincidentally coincided, beginning with this comment in my inbox: I was thinking the other day about the term “Asian American” and how...

finding free wifi internet hotspots

Even though I typically use my T-mobile hotspot subscription to login at nearby Starbucks and Borders, I can also enjoy the occasional free wifi internet from other venues I stumble upon. They can be kinda hard to find, at least in places...