Technology at Work
At age seven I touched my first computer. By age thirteen, I was connecting multiple computers together over a public telephone network, just for fun. The idea of computers calculating unthinkable amounts of data in mere seconds fascinated my impressionable young mind, but it was the connecting that sent my brain signals leaping over synapses. If computing had a soul, this is what it would be: linking, networking, using all that power to connect not just computers, but people.
The Internet was created initially to share resources and information between universities and research centers. Over the years, it expanded beyond a simple research network into a web of artists and entrepreneurs, activists and dreamers, followers and leaders—all eager to relate and explore the potential of this technology. READ MORE
Bibles in Every Language
MissionAssist have completed bible translations and matching commentaries for every bible book in easy English – From @soonguy (twitter). READ MORE
Social Media is The New Town Square
Throughout history, people of all generations have gathered in town squares—public spaces where the local community gathers for social and commercial purposes. In the old days, it used to be a literal “town square,” and it still is in some places. Until social media came around, town squares were shopping malls and other social areas. Social media is the 21st century town square. READ MORE
So why aren’t you involved? READ MORE