Would you be interested in using your laptop and mobile phone to do a slide presentation and / or for an overhead projection? Continue reading Slides and Overhead Projection with Your Laptop and Phone
You may want to brush up on your netiquette, or the rules of the road for our digital world, as these rules change rapidly. Continue reading A Netiquette Overview for 2016
If you want to have a ministry to the people in major cities, it might be worth taking a good look at these maps made from geo-tagged photos. Continue reading Where Are the Locals Hanging Out?
Did you know you can read Kindle books with or without a Kindle device? If you don’t own a Kindle, you may want to try downloading the free Kindle app for your smartphone, computer, or tablet, including your iPad. If you do own a Kindle, you might still want this app so you can read your books over the cloud on your laptop over lunch when your Kindle’s at home. Besides purchasing books from Amazon.com, try downloading their free classics and limited-time free eBooks.
What if you want to read books not offered on Amazon? Continue reading Everything You Need to Know to Build Your eBook Library
Climb, swim, and stroll around the world with Google… find out what you can learn through Google Street View. They now have street views on university campuses, too. Continue reading There’s More than Streets with Google Maps
I think Wikitude offers some great potential as a ministry tool. Using your smartphone’s camera and the Wikitude platform, you “browse” the world around you; Wikitude ties in with apps you’re already using like TripAdvisor, Yelp, and more; look through your camera to find recommended eateries and special deals for hotels when you travel, for instance. Continue reading “Wikitude and Augmented Reality Worlds”