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One Day In the Life of the Internet

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The people at MBAonline.com have put together a detailed infographic representing what happens in a 24 hour life cycle on the internet. It's fascinating, but even more, it's important for church leaders to "know the times" and understand how churchgoers and non-churchgoers alike tend to think, interact, …

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The 3 Big Questions of this Social, Digital Age

Connections

I've decided to connect with a lot of people in a lot of different ways. I also read a lot of stuff, mostly online but also in print. And I try to write and share great content along the way. The problem is, each of these is never-ending. In other words, there will always be something else to read, someone else …

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Hey Church, Wake Up to Online Outreach… Like Yesterday

Theres This Web Thing

I happened to catch a news release about some pretty phenomenal research findings concerning the rapid rise in the usage of online social networking... The percentage of Americans age 12 and older who have a profile on one or more social networking Web sites has reached almost half (48 percent) of the …

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That's Why They Call It the Web

Someone does something cool and talks about it. It gets talked about by other circles of casual observers. It gets included in a list of great things done by different people out there who are all doing great things. The list of great things done by those people gets talked about by people who like lists of …

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What the World Wide Web Can Never Do

The internet began for information. It also exists for inspiration, community, and commerce. It's called the net or the web because of the intricate connections created between people and organizations. The average person will consume more information in a month than would have been consumed in one's lifetime a …

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