Last Week’s Links for 2012-02-20

  • Great tips. I'm trying to do all this stuff: How to Promote Yourself (Without Being Sleazy) http://t.co/3upLxfLd #
  • Good idea for DIY: Make Your Own Screen Protector Quickly and Cheaply with Adhesive Vinyl and an Xacto Knife http://t.co/kX556ds7 #
  • From my blog: Last Week’s Links for 2012-02-13: In Egypt, Christian denominations work together; American church… http://t.co/YRi9xh78 #
  • A lot of these describe me: The Lazy Way to Success: Top 10 Signs You're Made to be an Entrepreneur http://t.co/dNJyZPC8 #
  • Thanks for the mention! Todd_Skinner #
  • You could use these to make extensions in Chrome too: Bookmarklet Search Engine http://t.co/8cBa8s1b #
  • Wow! Lots of work and a potentially broken lens, but impressive: How to create a SuperMacro lens http://t.co/nldblcjO #
  • My latest post over at churchm.ag: What To Do with Multimedia By-Products? http://t.co/nmq1heUw #
  • I'm totally doing this: Make a Mirrored Popup Flash Bouncer for Your Camera Out of a Snack Box http://t.co/6uuwE61x #
  • I am trying it out does speak to be an assistant app and tweeting with my voice #
  • I think the "Speaktoit" assistant app needs some tweaking. I tried tweeting w/ it and it tweeted instead of cancelling a tweet like I asked #
  • Thanks for the mention! MattBranaugh #
  • I bet my editor would love it if I got these right: 20 Common Grammar Mistakes That (Almost) Everyone Makes http://t.co/WeBAdmvM #
  • Thanks for the mention! IconCMO #
  • I made these scratch-off cards for my wife for Valentine's day: http://t.co/VKUju9hT Look here for scratch-off paint http://t.co/hoLSNiqd #
  • From my blog: Star Wars Uncut: Directors Cut: YouTube – Star Wars Uncut: Directors Cut. The whole original star … http://t.co/4siDyZh9 #
  • Just uploaded a new tutorial: Converting YouTube videos to mp3: http://t.co/oH3zxKI8 #
  • Thanks for the mention! lorrieyelid #
  • Doing Church is out! http://t.co/4H35L1O0 ▸ Top stories today via @ezstreet @none_illa @gundars_ @ladevelopers @worldprayr #
  • More camera tricks: Get Cool Camera Effects from Your Phone and Point-and-Shoot Camera Without Apps or Manual Controls http://t.co/zCmDDjuH #
  • Don't forget that I'm trying to raise some money for travel expenses for Infocomm. Here's your chance to help: http://t.co/8NrWI8Ke #
  • Register now for my Free Webinar tomorrow at 1 EST: How I doubled my twitter followers in a month http://t.co/ix8FUjkv #
  • Thanks for the mention! pmdr22000 #
  • I'm trying to do a lot of these things; good to have a roadmap: The Noob Guide to Online Marketing http://t.co/zrRVdpYx #
  • Thanks for the mention! TheNoobBot #
  • Just under an hour until my free webinar: How I doubled my twitter followers in a month http://t.co/ix8FUjkv Register now. #
  • Add some awesome to your facebook timeline: Facebook Timeline Hack Template (update) http://t.co/UOBXnhTc #
  • Thanks for the mention! appmama123 #
  • With a little help from Jeremy at Pajama Conference, my second webinar had double the people. More info on next week's webinar is coming. #
  • I've scheduled a webinar. Check out the details http://t.co/eQ2BdAUG #
  • Sign up for next week's free webinar: The Basics of New Media. http://t.co/XU9TYdFp #
  • From my blog: Weekly Webinars: Did you know that I do a weekly webinar for free on using tech? Recent webinars i… http://t.co/iqJJIFJI #
  • Good to know if you get a docx and need a doc, etc: Zamzar Converts Images, Documents, & Other Files Over Email http://t.co/DvnRSUmz #
  • Good advice on when to break the "rules": Production-Now Blog: The Proper Use of Jump Cuts http://t.co/4abVXazV #
  • From my blog: Another Facebook Timeline Tutorial: My wife said I didn’t answer the question with the first tutor… http://t.co/tZVhbtHR #
  • I've worked Tech Support; it's remarkable how true this is: How Different People View Tech Support [Humorous Image] http://t.co/QchQrS8n #
  • Thanks for the mention! revnaomi #
  • I love the behind the scenes stuff about this movie: Raiding The Lost Ark: A Filmumentary By Jamie Benning on Vimeo http://t.co/eL5CgFi6 #
  • A free text expander for Mac; yep I downloaded it: xType http://t.co/4WJIybwv #
  • Put some foil on that bad boy and you have something great: DIY Dimmable LED Light Panel http://t.co/Ng964i1Q #
  • Thanks for the mention! leighahudson #
  • I think I've found the grail; a professional-looking diy softbox: DIY Softbox http://t.co/sGWHmcgN #
  • We use the headset version at our satellite campus; I might need to get one: Samson Airline Micro UHF wireless system http://t.co/zUFd0dab #
  • Thanks for the mention! garrettmantor #
  • Another DIY DSLR trick; tilt-shift lens: Create A Tilt-Shift Lens From A Shower Head A Rubber Glove And a Nifty Fifty http://t.co/sGEWlTuH #
  • Thanks for the mention! ChurchTechToday #
  • Thanks for the mention! bluewaterbapt #
  • Thanks for the mention! bewleycito #
  • But does it fix IE problems that affect layout?Nettuts+ Prefixr http://t.co/U1ILCeox #
  • I'm teaching at the Blue Ridge Baptist Association in-service training in Frederick, MD Monday night. More info here: http://t.co/8BaYoeFG #
  • Last week on http://t.co/ZcJhpZp1 for 02/20/2012 – http://t.co/LKMmtPxn #
  • Thanks for the mention! zamzar #
  • Thanks for the mention! bluewaterbapt #
  • Thanks for the mention! bewleycito #
  • Good list on what's supported now and what isn't: HTML5 Please – Use the new and shiny responsibly http://t.co/1wd5Wmv1 #

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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.