I’m trying something new. I’ve read that some emails can end up in the promotions tab in gmail and go unread, so I’m trying to tweak what I do so that more people see my newsletters.
Last week’s shows
Monday on Tech Help for Churches I answered the question, “Is online community real?”
Tuesday on the ChurchTechCast.com Screencast Show I showed you how to do “Song formatting in ProPresenter 5.”
Wednesday on Eternity Changers I talked about “Being a self-feeder.”
Thursday on Tech, No Babel I talked about “What lighting technology to use.”
Friday on the ChurchTechCast.com Q & A show I answered questions on Web hosting, service orders and the new Mac Pros (and a couple more, too).
Hemingway isn’t just a great author
When I’m writing articles that really matter, I do a few things to improve them. One is a trick I learned in college — reading the piece backward, looking for errors. Another is a more 21st century solution — Hemingway.
I’d love to employ a human to proofread my work, but right now, it’s just not in the budget. Hemingway gives me suggestions that a word processor doesn’t (not that I often write things other than book in a word processor). It basically helps me take the long thoughts in my head and edit them down to shorter-more understandable ones.
If you do any writing, take a look.
Should I start Les Mis in concert now?
I don’t know about your PBS station, but mine always seems to play Les Mis in Concert during pledge week.
I don’t have anything like that, but if you’d like to help out around here, keeping the lights on and the server serving, head over to Patreon.com/PaulAlanClif and drop me $1+.