Youth ministry rant, technology, and United 93

Perry Noble sure had a nice little rant today about churches that don’t properly support their youth ministries. The idea of no fundraising sounds good to me!

Apparently Microsoft plans to unveil a website later this year that will rival the social networking giant, MySpace. It will offer users “an entirely new way for consumers to express their individuality online.”

FREE DVR is available this week from Yahoo! They are offering a beta version of Yahoo Go, a free Windows download that provides DVR functionality (with no monthly fee), tools for enjoying photos and music, and more.

It looks like Internet Explorer haters are taking action. Google will now pay you $1 for every person you refer to download Firefox.

The movie United 93 comes out on Friday. The tragic events of 9/11 were only 5 years ago. I’m not sure I’m ready to see a film about it yet. Hollywood waited 60 years to make a movie about Perl Harbor. Why this movie so soon? Just watching the trailer gives me a very cold uncomfortable feeling. Paul Greengrass’ defense for creating this film at this time is explained here and on the movie’s website, but even so, I’m still not sure I want to see it in theaters.

Posted on April 26, 2006

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