The Parish Website is becoming more and more common. Most parishioners think the parish needs one, and most Pastors want one. I’m a firm believer that every parish should have a website. It’s my firm belief that the parish website’s purpose is to serve as a community hub and 24/7 extension of your parish office. […]
Are e-books sustainable? Can they replace print?
Every time a new social network comes along, the tech enthusiasts begin to ask: could this be the one that unseats Facebook as the king of all social networking?
What if the laptops you use to send emails, read the news, peruse shopping deals and even read digital books was somehow responsible for mass deforestation and environmental havoc?
For a while now designers and developers have been experimenting with different types of web font solutions, with the idea of improving the look and feel of a website design, injecting personality and its own identity.
Looking for some inspiration? Here are the 5 best looking and designed websites across the U.S.
I am a Mac fanboy. For almost 2 years, I’ve been happily swiping away on my iPad and iPhone, with no interest for the tidal wave of Android-powered smartphones and tablets flooding the market. Then 2 weeks ago, the Verizon XOOM and Thunderbolt landed on my desk for review.
Editor’s Note: This guest post by Frank Eybsen is just as useful and relevant for Church Ministries as it is for business.
As you probably know, Wordpress is a robust blogging tool that is quickly becoming a favorite among bloggers. But with such a large offering of features and abilities, there are many that are often overlooked by even long-term users. Here are just a handful of those overlooked features and how you can start using them to boost your blog.
Overall, I’ve been pretty satisifed with Constant Contact as an e-mail campaign tool. It’s simple to use, and has a nice selection of features. One of the recent tools they’ve offered, is the ability to put social sharing links at the top of the e-mail, which encourages dissemination.
Short video review of the Crafter TG-200H Chromatic Headstock Tuner
Last week, the Catholic ‘New Media’ world was abuzz with news that the Vatican had called for an international representation of bloggers to attend a first-ever conference on blogging being hosted in Rome.
Over the past year, many have been hearing about the new 3rd addition to the Roman Missal. The USCCB has done a great job of providing tools and information online. Some of the great online features are: Website banners Online video explanations of changes Powerpoint Presentations And much more Visit the USCCB page today for […]
We’ve completed the overhaul of our community discussion forums – and it’s got some incredible features!
This weekend I had the opportunity to watch a Twitter meme blossom right before my eyes. On Friday afternoon, in response to a fellow Catholic who had asked “Can someone give me the link to the Catholic Rules For Twitter? I never read it and apparently missed the rule that joking isn’t allowed,” I replied […]
If you have an iPad and are looking for a great Catholic app . . . get iBreviary Pro Terra Sancta.
Are you looking to improve the overall quality of your podcasts? While content is still ‘King’, the audio quality is an important factor that should not be overlooked. And while on-board laptop mics have improved in recent years, you really need to be using an external microphone.
I have a secret weapon I use for our diocesan Facebook page, and it’s Google Alerts. For those who don’t know about it, Google Alerts allows you to set up custom searches in Google and then receive an email whenever a new match occurs. This allows you to discover new content on subjects that interest […]