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The Frivolity of February

Joy in an Oddly-Spelled Word I asked a frivolous question on Facebook yesterday, thinking a few people might join in the fun: Happy February. Do you pronounce it: a) Feb-you-air-ee, or b) Feh-brew-air-ee Within a few hours I had dozens … Continue reading

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The quality I’d like isn’t found in a Facebook quiz

I took a Facebook quiz – one of those where a website looks at your Facebook information and comes up with some supposed insights about you – and it gave me this: Not bad, right? You might think that last … Continue reading

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Everyone on the Internet is Real – how to develop a philosophy of social media

One of the best things about the month of March was my phone call with Doug Bursch, who blogs at Fairly Spiritual. He’s a pastor and former radio talk show host with a heart for people whether on line or … Continue reading

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What happens when you don’t share a meme about Jesus

*** If Harold really wants to know who belongs to Jesus, he should listen to Jesus’ friend John: If anyone acknowledges that Jesus is the Son of God, God lives in them and they in God. (1 John 4:15.) It’s … Continue reading

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How To Be A Christian Blogger Who Rocks Social Media

In the movie School of Rock, Jack Black plays a rocker in between gigs who cons his way into a job teaching kids at an exclusive academy. Instead of math, science and history, he teaches them to rock. When he … Continue reading

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Best Ways Parents Can Annoy Their Kids On Facebook!

From our friends at Blimey Cow: I have never done one of these things. Not that I haven’t thought of some of them, but I’ve shown admirable restraint. Now let me tell you about that time my kids … ***

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My Numbers Don’t Add Up

I’m Not Much Of A Numbers Person The number of people listed at the top right of this page is too high. WordPress counts everyone who has signed up for email notice of new posts, everyone who follows me on Twitter, and everyone … Continue reading

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Dear Mega-Twitterer: why I didn’t follow you back

[Exploring the question* of whether meaningful conversation of any sort, even brief, can occur on Twitter.] *** Dear person who follows 140,980** people on Twitter and decided to make me number 140,981. I appreciate you choosing to follow me, I … Continue reading

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Is Facebook Annoying?

I thought the headline on this article said New Facebook Browser Plug-in Keeps You Constantly Annoyed. That’s not what it says. It seems a lot of people have a constant need to stay plugged in. In fact, I’d say it’s … Continue reading

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Falsity

I’m told that Facebook is fun, informative, and even useful. You can’t prove it by me. I don’t have a Facebook account. Perhaps Mark Zuckerberg and I will friend each other one day, but that day has not yet come. One thing … Continue reading

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