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Links for June 20, 2006

I have fully switched now from Outlook Calendar to Google calendar and I am extremly happy with it especially with the import feature. I can check it from anywhere, and share it with anyone and now I can even publish it to my webpage and invite people through the website to join events and they can add things to their calendar by a click of a button.
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Via Pastor Hacks, ever want to download all the funny and cool videos you see on Google Video or UTube? Well now there is a website called VideoDL.org where you just type in the link and it downloads it for you on to your hard drive. This is super helpful for showing it at church or presenting it to someone where before it wasn’t always possible since the only way you could view it was streaming.
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Why theology should be written on blogs and wikis. The more I think of an open source theology or an open source denomination where everything is up for change, debate and question, the more I like it. It causes us to continually challenge and learn and educate each other. This post is a quick look into why.
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Joe posts about his last week at Westside and what it’s like leaving somewhere you love and a little about theStory. I guess at least he’s coming back to Sarnia.
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I found a little hack for my blog engine that when I type in someone’s name like Joe, Darryl, Phil, Ron or Pernell it automaticly makes a link to them for whatever ones I set up. This will save a bit of time and its pretty cool, I’m starting to become more Web 2.0 savy.

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