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Glimpsing the Shadow Side of Social Networking

This post by Nathalie Bruls was sent to me as a comment.  It seemed like this worthwhile article needed to be presented as it’s own post, mostly because I don’t always read the comments sections of all the blogs I read. 136 more words

Tweet Service

Hi folks,

Longtime, no see.  The last few months since my sabbatical I have been catching up and thinking through how to actually implement some of these ideas in a real life church.  547 more words

4 Reasons You Won't Find Enlightenment Online

A woman named Sam, from Saltspring Island in British Columbia posted this excellent piece or her blog One Chosen Family.  I became aware of it when she commented on one of my posts last week ( 1,575 more words

Religion Among the Millenials

Hi folks, this is a long post, but it provides great (if 2 year old data) on the shifting religious views of Millennials  Thanks to UU Minister Mark Hoelter for bringing it to wider attention…

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Boomers and Millennials: Same concerns, different emphasis.

Tuesdays digital/spiritual literacy class lightning bolt:

Liz James (who has a delightful blog called Hummingbird Homemaker) offered this observation that made us all sit up and take noticee: 274 more words

Today's Network Society

Today’s society is very dependent on the online network Web 2.0. In despite of the fact that the internet isn’t existing for so long, many people are really ‘ 241 more words


Social mobility, Big Brother's watching you!

The world is getting smaller and smaller by the inventions of the internet, mobile phones and GPS and satelite connections. You can get in contact whenever you want and wherever you are with friends or buisnesspartners.   275 more words