Discipleship via ooVoo and Google Docs

I talked to a guy catalyzing communities in universities in California.  He uses a service called Oovoo to videoconference with some guys he is discipling through the internet. “So how does this work?” I asked.“Well, Oovoo allows up to six people to videoconference through the internet.  All they need is a computer, a webcam, and a mic.”“Does it cost anything?”“No. Totally… Read more →

Twittering for the Sick

Twitter (http://www.twitter.com) is an internet based service that allows users 140 characters to answer a question – “What are you doing?” Users can ‘tweet’ using the internet, an instant messenger service, or SMS. People (twitter-ers) can follow your tweets and receive notification in several different ways when you update. Twitter-ers who use an instant messenger service can set alerts for… Read more →