Day: January 9, 2007

The theology of the internet

Kevin Kelly I stumbled across a guy who may be the smartest person in the world.  Kevin Kelly — a founder of Wired magazine, member of thinktanks, techie nerd, futurist guru, and believer — gets my nomination for Mr. Smartguy of the Universe.  And I’m not kidding.  His writing is some of the most insightful stuff I have ever read.  Listen to this from his article, Unto Us a Machine is Born: Continue reading “The theology of the internet”

A new idea to engage people during your sermon

MacWorld bingo Okay, I can’t resist this.   I ran across a blog about MacWorld attendees — folks who go to the annual keynote address by Apple founder Steve Jobs.  It seems that attendees amuse themselves while listening to Steve Jobs talk by playing MacWorld Bingo.  Just like regular bingo, except the MacBingo card is filled with possible sayings Jobs is likely to utter.  As he utters them, players X-off each one until they have either a row, column, or diagonal covered.  Then they yell, “Bingo” — during his speech.  Okay, I don’t think anybody really did that, but it could happen.  You know where I’m going with this, don’t you? Continue reading “A new idea to engage people during your sermon”