Steve Gillmor thinks because he’s stopped using RSS it’s dead. Cause that makes sense.
Hey, if your media habits have shifted that’s great and you should definitely talk about that. But this is the kind of “X is Dead” meme building attempt that drives me batty.
You can read my review of the movie/collection of episodes that make up $5 Cover, as well as some of the details about the very cool way MTV is distributing it, on MMM.
At Bethany Lutheran, Naperville, we actually changed the service schedule about a year and a half ago so that Sunday School did not happen at the same time as any of the services. The goal was that children should not be shunned and just moved into their own learning but instead should participate from an early age in the Divine Service.
I bring this up because two posts have come up about children in the service, one from my own church’s Cantor, Phillip Magness and one from the Necessary Roughness blog.
Later this month I’ll be heading to my first WordCamp, being held in San Francisco on Saturday May 30th. Part of the reason I’ll be in attendance is that it’s very cool and I’ve wanted to hit one for a while. Part of the reason too is that Voce is sponsoring this edition.
I don’t get much into the tech back-end stuff of WordPress but certainly get what it can do and what the potential of the software is, especially as a result of its open-source platform that allows for anyone with the skills and inclination to bend it and shape it to make it do what they want it to do. I use installed version of WP here on MMM and the WordPress.com hosted version for CT.WP. Voce uses it all over the place and since joining I get even more just what it’s capable of, largely because the folks we work with are just insanely skilled in WordPress development.
If you’re going to be there let me know.