This topic suggestion, Explain the name of your blog and why you chose it., is from The Daily Post as part of the Post-a-day writing challenge. The title of my … Continue reading Why “Top Left Hand Page”?
This topic suggestion, People are too dependent on technology: agree or disagree?, is from The Daily Post as part of the Post-a-day writing challenge. It may be a tough topic … Continue reading Dependant on technology? Perhaps
One of the problems that I see many church websites have is their lack of formatting – or when there is formatting, the lack of appropriate formatting. Writing for the … Continue reading The importance of formatting
There are a plethora of blogging tools available. Some are good, some are bad. These are the tools that I used for my blog.
This topic suggestion, Stand up now, or die!? (get out of your chair), is from The Daily Post as part of the Post-a-day writing challenge. A few weeks ago, I … Continue reading The Simple Push Up
I have had this website since 2006. I have posts on this website since 2007. That’s a fair time to be blogging. Now, admittedly, I haven’t been a regular poster. … Continue reading Keepin’ it fresh
I though that with the new layout, new posting regime and such, I would post a bit about how I plan to use my blog over the next six months … Continue reading How I use my website
Inspired by Jeff Hester’s blog, I thought I’d write about the lessons that I’ve learned during my blogging every day so far this year. People judge a post by its … Continue reading Lessons learnt so far
Running late with today’s post, as I was seriously busy today. Slept in after watching the announcement of Linda Bond as the Salvation Army’s next General, and then busy busy … Continue reading Social Networking to further Ministry
On Tuesday, while I was waiting for some printing at work, I got the chance to read this article on The Future of WordPress Themes in 2011. It contained thoughts … Continue reading Looking ahead in web design
I’m dispensing with today’s two Daily Post Prompts because the first one is similar to one I’ve already written on in this Challenge, and I’m not particularly interested in the … Continue reading In Memoriam: Who I miss and who I’ll miss