A Theoblogican Revolution

Is a blog just a “compilation of articles”, as CT define it? Or is there a revolution going on that mainstream publishers have not yet acknowledged? I am sending an email to Christianity Today regarding their article, A Theoblogical Revolution. I waited a long time for them to write about blogging but think they could…

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Grok Your Blog

Beloved, let us grok one another. Grok with a Grokker from Grokker.com. It’ s a way of visualizing your blog contents, or any web site, or even the hard disk on your computer. This is how my blog looked this morning after I downloaded a free trial. Go on, get yourself a new toy for…

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3 Years of TallSkinnyKiwi

Happy birthday to this blog! 3 years of constant drizzle. I think i need a break. Here are some thoughts for those who are interested. I started this blog with a short post on June 3, 2001. It has been good to me. It has given me a place to write into. I never expected…

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Participatory Church as Cyberchurch?

From “We know more than our pastors“, by Tim Bednar: “After a year of blogging, I no longer seek to be “the” cyberchurch, as the name ”eChurch” implies, rather I participate with bloggers who collectively link the cyberchurch into existence. . . As believers use blogs for spiritual formation and organically form the cyberchurch, the…

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Blogger new design

Blogger.com has launched a new design. Looks good. More templates and comments. Lets see how they do on customer service. Anyone aspiring to be a THEOBLOGIAN should start by reading Coop’s Blog Tool Roundup

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Pew says . . .

“Blog readers most frequently visit the online diaries of friends (56% have done so), strangers (46% have visited the blogs of people they have never met) and family members (a quarter report visiting family blogs).” Pew Internet & American Life Project

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Leading Comment Makers

I just added this list to the right sidebar of my blog, so that i might honor those people that take the time to add comments. Thanks everyone!!!!!!

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The Girls Post: A Definitive History

Wooh. What a ride. What a blog-pile. Glad the story has ended so well, at least this chapter, all of us still friends and all learning from each other. It has been a learning experience for me. I have already noticed a few short histories of this diablog on women vs girls. I want to…

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Non-USA Blogging Gossip

Much going on around the blogoshere among theoblogians who are not in USA. Emergent Kiwi Steve Taylor has just posted his piece on postmodern monasteries and Darren from Australia has also written a good blog on evangelism. Canadian Karen N. , who publishes Beyond Mag has a persoanl blog called onehouse. Jordon Cooper is still…

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freedom and grid

I am still thinking about the idea of Grid, and the fact that creativity flourishes in constraint. The word of the day from ourdailyblog.com is “IF YOU wish to make progress in virtue, live in the fear of the Lord, do not look for too much freedom, discipline your senses, and shun inane silliness.” Thomas…

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OurDailyBlog.com opens today

Happy New Year! It is snowy and cold here in Prague and we stayed up late last night to light fireworks in our back yard. I just opened up a new blog called OurDailyBlog.com where i hope to host a daily devotional site. In 2004 we will be reading through Imitation of Christ, by Thomas…

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Asian Blog Awards

Flying Chair Check out an “extensive list of blogs you see, over 500, in the voting pages” for best Asian blog. Or just go here and see who won.

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Stretch – [Advent :: grid blog 2]

There is about 20 people in my house right now – families from all over. As part of our experience together, we are joining the global advent grid blog. I left the computer on and a few people blogged, including myself. Here they are: Stretch. You stretched out your arm and carved reality from nothing…

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Jonny Baker’s new blog

Jonny Baker has a new blog. I stayed with him in London a week ago and we took a look at Typepad.com together. Good move, Jonny.

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What am I really listening to?

My Kung-log editing software has an iTunes button that tells you I am listening to: Let me click it . . . . . . Beautiful from the album “Stripped” by Christine Aguilera Ahhhhhh. How embarrasing. Listening to my wife’s sissy music while I do my manly strategic work. Thats the thing about the automation…

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Google likes Andrew C more than me

It is true that Google likes me. But Google likes Veteran Blogger Andrew Careaga (of the BloggedyBlog ) even better than me. How do I know this? Because if you type “Andrew” into your Google search engine, Bloggedyblog comes out on page 3. Yours truly falls way back on a miserable Page 4, a page…

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#3 Blogger Forum Ranking

This just came in: “You are ranked #3 at Blogger Forum’s Top Ten Blog*Spot sites this week. This is the first time you have been in the rankings. Congrats. www.bloggerforum.com” Well, now I fell bad, because I stopped my Original Tallskinnykiwi blog on Blogger and moved it over here. But people are still going there,…

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The Skinny on Type Pad

Today is the last day of the 10% off for life Launching sale of TypePad. My advice is to sign up today for the one month free trial which gets you in on the final day, and kick it around for a few weeks. If you dont like it, cancel. I find Typepad works better…

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