Links for December 28, 2006

I have been using b2Evolution since I started this blog and that's mostly because I didn't know any better. I didn't know what a blog was besides what I saw on blogger. However, now over two years later I have never been happier with this blog engine and I only use half the features. The best part about this blog engine is probably it's mutli-blog/multi-user platform (which I don't use) but also works seemlessy with almost any other feature you need. Though I will admit, it took me a while to get here.
Right wingers agree with terrorists.
Barna lists the 12 most significant religious findings in 2006
A designers 24 ways to impress your friends (ht)
About when pastors were offered posssiby $1000 to mention Chronicles of Narnia in their messages. and part 2
Brian McLaren's book list of 2006
Convert and encode your videos online (this would have been helpful on Sunday)
CHEAP FULL ALBUM MP3's (probably from the makers of www.allfg.org, free tv shows), and I think its going to be shutdown and the reason I think that is because Russia promised to do everything in its power to shut it down.

5 thoughts on “Links for December 28, 2006”

  1. WordPress!!!!!!

    At work yesterday I watched the movie Clerks 2 and there is a scene where the main character is arguing with a cripple over a blog (first time I have ever seen blogging in a movie). Everyone laughed at me because they all realize that Im a blogger and they all think its stupid.

    My question is for you Mr. Relevance:

    Is my co-workers heckling a case of them being irrelevant to culture or is blogging really stupid? Maybe its not the blogging they heckle but the blogging engines I associate myself with.

    Also, did you know that words like google and blog are spelling mistakes in office 2003 but not in office 2007? Is this because Microsoft just recognized blogging to be relevant?

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