Digital Era Redefining Etiquette – Living in a World Without “Thank You”

Nick Bilton, bestselling author and New York Times technology specialist, has just written a new article on how digital communication is changing etiquette. “Digital Era Redefining Etiquette” begins: Some people are so rude. Really, who sends an e-mail or text message that just says “Thank you”? Who leaves a voice mail message when you don’t [Read More…]

What is Your Church’s Front Porch? Could It Be Digital?

Anthony B. Robinson has written an excellent piece for Faith & Leadership: “Building a Front Porch.” He seeks to answer these mission critical questions: How can church leaders create an intermediate space where people can begin to learn that church isn’t an entertainment experience? How can churches build the front porch, creating a space where [Read More…]

Digital Technology and Education: A Mixed Bag

Is digital technology the savior of education? Or is it the destroyer of education? Or is it both . . . and neither? For quite a while now, we’ve been told that one of the big secrets for improving education is the Internet. If we want all students to learn, then we need to get [Read More…]