UPDATED: And now for something completely different…

UPDATE – 8/8/2011

I’ve received a few offers to keep the site running, so it’s beginning to look like this ISN”T the end of CTT. Will keep you posted!

I’ve decided to put CatholicTechTalk.com to rest.

Most of you probably don’t know this, but before my career in computers, I was a musician and recording engineer – and even ‘eked out a living at it for a few years. Recently, my intense passion for music has been re-kindled.

My day-gig is still working for the Church, but I’m no longer doing freelance work or spending my in-between hours on this site.

I am deeply thankful for all the core and guest contributors, and their efforts in posting content and promoting the site. I especially want to thank Mike Pidanick, Brad West, and Jonathan Sullivan.

Since it’s practically impossible for me to stay away from blogging, I can still be found over at http://www.CatholicServant.com.

Blessings always,

Craig Berry

I’ll leave you with one of the greatest guitar players of all-time, Sonny Landreth. This song says it all for me…

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  • Melonie McLaurin

    I just found Catholic Tech Talk a few weeks ago after noticing it on Google+.  I’m sorry to see that it will be discontinued, as it seems to have found a niche no other blog I’ve seen has come close to.  Still, I know what it is like to have to close down a venerable blog.  I wish you all the best.

  • http://catholicservant.com Craig Berry

    @google-ba4727bccf8c9fe79facd81881cfa966:disqus Funny you say you found it on Google+, because that partially factored into my thinking. One of my intentions for this site was to bring together like-minded tech folk. I think G+ is doing a great job of that.

  • John Sena

    Thanks Craig for the opportunity to send out a few blog posts….I was just getting started. With all the obstacles in my family, parish and professional career, I was taking care of them to really focus on blogging more. We will stay connected one way or another on the digital continent. Thanks for all the great articles and keep up the good work in the vineyard of the Lord. Let’s stay connected via social networking. Are you going to CatholiCon this year? I’m going to try and make it there for the inaugural event. It would be cool if the whole team could meet up face to face. Maybe Our Lord will lead us into something bigger later. God Bless!

    • http://catholicservant.com Craig Berry

      Thanks John. If I make it to a Conference this year, it looks like it’ll be CNMC in Kansas City.

      Definitely keep in touch on the interwebs though!

  • Anonymous

    Craig, thank you for doing a fantastic job with CTT’s presence. All the best. AMDG, right? :)

    • http://catholicservant.com Craig Berry

      Thanks Angela. I have to admit you stumped me with the Latin. Google lent me a hand though. Amen.

  • http://www.facebook.com/karenewillson Karen Willson

    Would you let anyone else continue on with you as administrator?  I’m the Digital Media Specialist for our parish, and would love to continue on the information….

    • http://catholicservant.com Craig Berry

      @facebook-629652093:disqus Just updated the post. 

      A few different folks have stepped forward and offered to take over the operation of the site…still working out details though…will keep folks posted.

  • http://twitter.com/Jose_Galvan Jose Galvan

    I just found the site while researching tips for helping my parish with our site! Can we morph the site to at least a forum or gathering point of some sort? I actually emailed you with a question about hosting but I know you are a busy man so thanks for your help in general! I love the site.

  • http://www.providentpartners.net/blog Albert_Maruggi

    I have been a big fan of yours for a couple of years now.  the energy and creativity you bring to this site and the Catholic Spirit site are outstanding.  You are inspiring to others in that you are focused on doing what is pleasing to you and fulfilling your faith.  I’ll continue to follow and be inspired by your work.  

    all the best 

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  • http://jacobconstantine.com Jaco

    Ha! I was researching when I made the decision to get back into music. Turns out it was 3 years to the day. :)

    If anyone is interested in what I’ve been doing lately – you can follow the action at http://jacobconstantine.com.

    Peace and Blessings