Recent changes to terms and conditions of twitpic has caught a few people off-guard. Who owns the photos that you’re sharing online?
[disassociated] The evolution of coffee cup lids. I remember noticing a number of these ones over the years of exploring cafes.
If you’ve ever read this particular Beatrix Potter book, and wondered what the riddles meant, then you’ll want to read the riddles of Squirrel Nutkin.
Two of these cropped up in one feed-reading session, so I thought I’d post them together. Social media for foodies Plate to pixel, and other food photography resources
I had the privilege of speaking at Wesley Institute today on the topic of “facebook and faith”. I’ve tweaked the slidedeck so that it makes some sense without me talking in front of the screen. I’d love to know what you think! facebook and faith View more presentations from David Phillips The cutting room […]
Book: the next story: life and faith after the digital explosion Popular Christian blogger (and prolific reader) Tim Challies has written a new book on how technology impacts faith. As a working web developer, he has a uniquely insightful perspective on the impact of technology. It’s up-to-date, intelligent, not preachy, and grounded in the bible. If […]