Last Week’s Links for 2011-10-31

  • Cool idea. I'm interested: Backup Box http://t.co/53EpWaP9 #
  • I'll have to do this when I use my cheap tripod: Best Camera Trick Ever! http://t.co/ZC9lFlEO #
  • As a kid, I really wanted to make some of this for every time someone said "I don't know." : Gunge Slime http://t.co/DMtf99wd #
  • I need this for saturday pm when I need to wake up well on sunday am: Match your sleep cycle I wake up refreshed! http://t.co/jBQ90ET7 #
  • I really want my office to open like this: Making a Motorized Secret Entrance http://t.co/fajIEd8M #
  • Something to add for my church's trunk or treat?Live video might make it really fun: DIY Haunted Mansion Singing Ghosts http://t.co/lSg6cxM7 #
  • The future is now: Military Dad Reads to Daughter on Video Recording http://t.co/5SeBA08O #
  • Doing Church is out! http://t.co/4H35L1O0 ▸ Top stories today via @policeradiol1ve #
  • Very cool! I've used an iPhone in a pinch before; good to know: iPhone 4S / Canon 5d MKII Side by Side Comparison http://t.co/SnAyn5mp #
  • Looks like they still need some work on ios 5 jailbreaking: SemiTether Makes iOS 5 Jailbreaks Rebootable w/o a Computer http://t.co/OgNvlnDi #
  • If you like documentaries: http://t.co/vWO79fvk Catalogs Free Documentaries from Around the Web http://t.co/yewaM8rO #
  • Also good info for podcasters: How Can I Set Up a Home Recording Studio on the Cheap? http://t.co/BXPc11Jj #
  • Hmm. Interesting camera hack: Build Your Own Selective Focus Lens on the Cheap http://t.co/Ch5mT6Di #
  • Another great tip; yep I'll use it: Instantly Turn Any Text into a Sticky Note w/ This Mac Keyboard Shortcut http://t.co/aH9CggUX #
  • Great behind the scenes on a nice video promo: Behind the scenes of The Heist trailer for our new #1 app! http://t.co/E7QbvEiq #
  • Interesting CSS effect: An explanation of the CSS animation on Apple's iPhone 4S webpage — John B. Hall http://t.co/8v8VyAl2 #
  • I could use this to turn a website with downloads into a podcast: FeedBeater Creates RSS Feeds for Any Site http://t.co/k5JhiIkA #
  • You might have noticed I have about 4000 followers. Here's a class on how I did it: “Twitter Secrets!” http://t.co/uoEGUmzz #
  • Where do you get computer controlled Christmas lights? Try here: Light-O-Rama Computerized Shows http://t.co/u2FK7BS6 #
  • More cool lighting ideas: A Light Wall Of Light From Bed Sheets And PVC http://t.co/W7BN0xmI #
  • I taught this class at Podcamp Cincinnati; if there's interest, I'll do it in Lexington: “Twitter Secrets” http://t.co/PbXiUWl4 #
  • Great video about what's great about the web: What do you love about the web? http://t.co/9jQXUOJZ #
  • Not bad pricing if you need some scanning done: 1DollarScan http://t.co/XzQQFjKJ #
  • Cool ideas. Some of the gestures seem wrong, though: Microsoft Shows Us Their Vision for the Future http://t.co/fAz6VTwy #

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Paul Alan Clifford, M.Div.

Paul Alan Clifford, M.Div. has been a tech volunteer with Quest Community Church in Lexington, KY since 2000 and is the founder of TrinityDigitalMedia.com, llc. He became part of the technology in ministry team when his church’s attendance was around 200 in one Sunday service and has witnessed it’s growth to 5,200 average weekly attendance in one Saturday service, four Sunday services in one online and two physical campuses. He literally wrote the book on podcasting in churches, twitter in churches, & servant-hearted volunteering, as well as writing various articles for publications like “Church Production” and “Technologies for Worship” magazines.