As a person of faith, I’m inspired by the stories told and ideas shared through TED of what people are doing to make the world — and especially our local community — a better place.
With the help of my friend and business partner Phil Shepherd, I launched a new media company a couple of weeks ago called Sogo. Sogo is a new kind of Christian television network … on YouTube!
Chris Guillebeau’s new book The $100 Startup is available today, and I’m excited to recommend it to you.
This month I’m looking forward to chatting with Bruce Reyes-Chow about his latest bold initiative — developing a new Presbyterian church on the Internet.
One of the best TED videos posted this week features YouTube’s trends manager Kevin Allocca speaking at last year’s TEDYouth event on “Why videos go viral.” As Allocca entertainingly explains (in just 7 minutes), the three keys to viral video success are …
I had a great time in Fort Worth, Texas, last week. Over 100 people came to “Pub Theology” night where I was the featured speaker!?
The annual Emergent Village Theological Conversation has been going on this week at Claremont School of Theology in Claremont, California. Here’s my attempt at curating the content coming out of #EVTC.
I believe what’s coming (not yet written on the page) is a major backlash against Apple as a corporation.
One of my favorite tech geeks is Chris Pirillo of LockerGnome.com. Recently, Chris posted this delicious morsel from TLDR (The LockerGnome Daily Report), making some salient points about how online content will be shaped now and in the future.
Long live, (whatever your industry is)!