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Monthly Archive for August, 2007

Here are the rest of the videos in the series I wrote about last week. Several of you were interested.






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Ever Feel Like Job?

Since my last post, its been just a little crazy. My oldest son had an emergency appendectomy, then the basement of our old house in Ohio (which is still for sale) flooded when the sump pump outlet failed, and then we had a series of storms here in Chicago. It seemed every week had its […]






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Every now and then, I just go on YouTube just to surf the weirdness and cool music that is going on under the radar. Somehow in it all, I missed the launch of GodTube. Like YouTube, you have plenty of stuff that is either boring or just not good. But also like YouTube, there are […]






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Lutheran Tech In Action

Okay, so Lutherans are associated more with Lake Woebegon than with anything cutting edge. However, since I mentioned it in the podcast, you can catch what is going on at our tribal meeting via streaming video. Click this link and you can watch what a mainline denomination’s national gathering looks like. It is interesting. Really. […]






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This is a real headline in the London Times. Apparently there is indiscriminate reincarnation going on in Tibet. Makes you wonder if Rome every tried to restricted resurrections. But since there was only the one and the rest were put off to later… Hmmm. Might not want to mention this to IRS, just in case […]






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After two months, here’s a new podcast looking at what it means to live digitally and in a certain sense, die digitally. We all have been taught the routine to back up data but what happens when we don’t and we lose it all. Does digital death mean the end or is it the start […]






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I have spent the day getting WordPress updated and I’m still doing some work to launch a new and renewed Wired Jesus in the next week or two. Over the summer I have been working to plan some changes and get some Mac training to be able to upgrade the website and do more both […]






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