This is a random thought. It's not backed up with research - it's just the product of my own hunch about the web. Facebook represents kind of a one world order when it comes to information and socialization. You can live inside of it and not really interact too much with the outside world. You can blog there, comment there, post photos and videos there, and meet new friends and old faces alike. It's a world.
Then there is the rest of the web, which grows increasingly …
I posted four articles here and there over the course of the day:
At Big Is the New Small I wrote about the upside of the downside of leadership.
On We Blog Better I posted the second post in a five-post series on five dimensions for growing your blog. Today I talked about growing your blog deeper.
At Fuel Your Blogging I posted a somewhat controversial article about the fact that conversation is essential, but listening is optional... isn't it?
And on my personal blog I …
I often peruse websites about web design and last night noticed this article about giving an elevator speech. I thought about how it applies to Pastors. There are often crucial moments when we have an opportunity to be vision-casters with people, one-on-one. It may be a car ride making a visit, coffee with a fellow member, or a staff meeting with five extra minutes at the end. It begs the question, could I state my vision for my church if I only had a few floors to travel in …