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Facebook Changes

Facebook Changes

Social media keeps changing. In the facebook world, Mark Zuckerberg’s recent post made waves: we’re making a major change to how we build Facebook. I’m changing the goal I give our product teams from focusing on helping you find relevant content to helping you have more meaningful social interactions. We started making changes in this… Continue Reading

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Spirituality and Community on the Internet

Spirituality and Community on the Internet

I was asked to write an article for the quarterly NZ RC magazine “Liturgy”. This was published in the December 2016 edition. This is a publication of the Liturgy Centre. You can subscribe to the magazine by contacting Tina Coll tinac [AT] cda [DOT] org [DOT] nz . I am grateful for their permission to… Continue Reading

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To Blog or Not To Blog?

To Blog or Not To Blog?

Have you thought about blogging? I am a strong advocate for mission and ministry in the digital world. And I’m generally ranked in the top half dozen or so most-visited blogs in NZ – no that’s not the top spiritual/religious sites; that’s of ALL sites. Just putting a static website online, Web-1.0-like, with no possibility… Continue Reading

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The Internet Is Depressing

The Internet Is Depressing

Like money, sex, power, and religion – the internet is a lever, a magnifier: it can enlarge good; it can enlarge bad. On a friend’s facebook profile was 40 Things Everyone But You Is Doing This Summer: 1. Finding perfectly ripe avocados on sale. They are scooping out the pitts, creating no irregular divets, leaving… Continue Reading

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Liturgy on Instagram

Liturgy on Instagram

Part of celebrating a decade on the web is not just looking back, but looking – and moving – forward. So I have been meaning to see how Instagram might fit into the website – facebook – twitter grouping, so last night I put up my first Instagram image. I used gramblr. And that was… Continue Reading

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