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Posted 12/2/15 at 5:19 AM | Sylvie Simms

5 Weeks to a Running BlazeLIMS

http://www.blazesystems.com/LIMS/5-weeks-to-a-running-blazelims.html | Blaze Systems has created an infographic that provides a comparison between a Paper or Office & Based Laboratory vs a LIMS Based Laboratory.

Posted 12/2/15 at 3:43 AM | Sylvie Simms

5 Ways to Create a Truly Unforgettable Wedding

http://www.diamond-vault.com/blog/5-ways-to-create-a-truly-unforgettable-wedding | Personalize your invitations, upgrade the interactivity of your guestbook, and more! Make your special day memorable with these five unique wedding ideas from Diamond-Vault.com.

Posted 12/2/15 at 1:03 AM | Sylvie Simms

The Ultimate Pontoon Boat Safety Checklist

http://www.manitoupontoonboats.com/the-ultimate-pfety-checklist | The Manitou Pontoon Boats blog features information on pontoon boat maintenance, care, and anything else relating to boating safety or the boating experience.

Posted 12/2/15 at 12:44 AM | Sylvie Simms

How to Turn Your Pontoon Boat into the Ultimate Summer Retreat

http://www.manitoupontoonboats.com/how-to-turn-yosummer-retreat | The Manitou Pontoon Boats blog features information on pontoon boat maintenance, care, and anything else relating to boating safety or the boating experience.

Posted 12/1/15 at 2:28 AM | Sylvie Simms

Bathroom Safety 101

http://americanbathind.com/blog/bathroom-safety-101 | Statistics show that there are a variety of important factors to consider when remodeling your bathroom. Avoid preventable injuries with these safety tips from AmericanBathInd.com.

Posted 12/1/15 at 12:41 AM | Sylvie Simms

The Evolution of Recruiting

http://recruiterbox.com/blog/evolution-of-recruiting-infographic/ | From ancient China to the present day, the process of recruiting has evolved considerably. Recruiting as we know it took shape after World War II.

Posted 11/30/15 at 11:34 AM | Mike Stickler

A Virtual Field White Unto Harvest By Mike Stickler

A while back I spoke with Bryan Brooks – a man of God – who sees the opportunity the Church has for connecting with culture. Social Media! Now he doesn't mean virtual church, which is good.Instead, his church, Father's House in Vacaville California, is about to launch their web ministry. For this ministry, he sees an untapped opportunity for his fellowship to connect with a hurt and dying world online, virtually. The goal is to share the HOPE found in Jesus Christ. His plan? To raise up a group of lay ministers who will engage folks through social media, love on them, connect them to a faith fellowship in their community, and bless all those they can. All too often we as Christian use this platform to argue and defend our faith instead of realizing people are hurting and need to connect with the New Life in Christ.

Here are his ideas - He encourages your input.

To reach no one else is reaching, we have to do what no one else is doing – P. Craig Groeschel

Background: FULL POST

Posted 11/30/15 at 11:32 AM | Mike Stickler

Are You a Digital Native or a Digital Immigrant? By Mike Stickler

In 2001 Marc Prensky coined the term “digital native” to describe those who have grown up with digital technology. “Digital immigrants” are those who were born before the digital age, and so they have come to it later in life.

That difference has big implications for how these generations relate to each other. Specifically, it impacts how older leaders connect with younger ones.

There are certainly exceptions in each group. Not everyone who was “born digital” is familiar with the technology. And there are many “digital immigrants” who are quick to adopt and adapt to new technologies.

Some observations about technology:

  • Specific technologies change, but technology is here to stay
  • Technology can help us to communicate
  • Technology can also hinder communication
  • Technology should not replace human interaction, but it tends to
  • Like any tool, technology can be used for good or for evil
  • The church has always adopted new technologies to spread the gospel (just ask Johannes Gutenberg)

What are the implications of this “digital divide” for the training of younger Christian leaders? FULL POST

Posted 11/24/15 at 6:01 AM | Sylvie Simms

The Email Evolution

https://www.idology.com/infographic_email_evolution | Right now, you are able to send text and photo messages, videos, and more, all with the simple press of a button. But, do you know how far that has come and how email has advanced over the years as a communication method? There is no question – email has evolved greatly since its inception. Starting in 1965, the first emails were sent from one person to another using to computers that were less powerful than a digital watch you’d find today. In the 1970s, the practice evolved thanks to Ray Tomlinson and ARPANET, a connected system of computers, running the same software, that were able to communicate directly with one another.

Posted 11/24/15 at 5:18 AM | Sylvie Simms

Pontoon Boat Safety Tips

http://www.manitoupontoonboats.com/pontoon-boat-safety-tips/ | The Manitou Pontoon Boats blog features information on pontoon boat maintenance, care, and anything else relating to boating safety or the boating experience.

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