Last Week’s Links for 2011-11-14

  • Keep trying and you'll get better: I Suck at Photoshop; Except I Don't… http://t.co/rygzKZoH #
  • A webapp that encourages you to write 750 words a day. That's two months to write a book: Write your words http://t.co/1xs8aU6p #
  • I wonder how I can get my books on this list: Borrow Kindle Books for Free from Amazon, If You Have Prime Membership http://t.co/SQqB0wjH #
  • Good to know; I've used rayovac for years: Test Results That Will Change the Way You Buy Batteries Forever http://t.co/qqUDKdWy #
  • I have been doing email consulting and yard work all day. #lovemylife #
  • So obvious you feel stupid for not thinking about it: Use Your Bathroom Counter to Get Out the Last Bit of Toothpaste http://t.co/8STibUTz #
  • This might be the app to replace the Siri feature I want most: The Best To-Do App for iPhone http://t.co/z1IpjX6G #
  • Let me help your sermon slides: Slide Design for Developers http://t.co/NHA0BTrD #
  • Doing Church is out! http://t.co/4H35L1O0 ▸ Top stories today via @christianfea #
  • Take this http://t.co/I1UtNW2D + this http://t.co/upT4kdYq and you get a cheap, DIY cineskate. #
  • You want to watch a movie legally, try this: CanIStream.it: Search Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, Amazon, and iTunes. http://t.co/Wv9Hxl8U #
  • You know me, I love hacking and this is cool: Mod the IKEA Sunnan to Charge an iPad2 http://t.co/annDe7va #
  • That last tweet was my 8000th. Cool milestone. #
  • My latest article: 5 Siri Alternatives for Owners of Older iPhones http://t.co/0uFgBp2V #
  • Good to know. I still need to upgrade to Lion: Force iCloud into Backing Up Any Document Type http://t.co/LS8KCYyV #
  • So you want a mac, but only have pc money: Directly Install Mac OS X Lion on Your Hackintosh http://t.co/NhsRTkOh #
  • I need to make some of these for my office: How to Build Your Own Acoustical Panels http://t.co/8nObN0EV #
  • Hmm. I can imagine using this: Make an AC Adapter for Your Battery-Only Digital Camera http://t.co/eIHvA1EZ #
  • Home broadband if you can't get dsl or cable: DIY outdoor all-weather 3G/Wi-Fi router http://t.co/9amRiVet #
  • Free ocr software compared: How to extract text from images: a comparison of 10 free OCR tools http://t.co/kPD9VVv5 #
  • Good to know; I might need to shift from llc to s-corp: Which Business Structure Maximizes Your Freelance Tax Benefits? http://t.co/4V8OOfFQ #
  • Great idea! This would also work for DSLRs and camcorders, too: Avoid Sun On Your Screen By Building A DIY Monitor Hood http://t.co/D2c5ZCdv #
  • i love the smell of haze in the morning. #
  • Some good photoshop tips: How to Use Photoshop to Pop Pimples, Change Facial Expressions, & Alter Reality As We Know It http://t.co/RdU8TbSB #
  • I wonder how far this could go: Turning GE Color Effects G-35 Christmas Lights into a 7×7 display with Arduino http://t.co/sUp21nl8 #
  • Wow! Unlimited everything for $19 a month. If they had the iPhone I would have ordered already: republic wireless http://t.co/27gjIEOh #

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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.