This one is just in. The Pluralism Project of Harvard University wants you visual media-minded folks to set your talents and imaginations to work. You have until August 1, 2010 to shoot via photo or video something evocative about:
* Religious practices and rituals
* Religious centers, including festivals & center openings
* Participation of religious groups in American civic life
* Interfaith encounter or social action
* Women’s leadership and participation
For complete details and instructions, saunter over here.
Think your brand new, definitely pretty, possibly expensive website is ready to rock and roll?
Not that we don’t all love a good 404, but you might want to work through this checklist before you write home about your new baby URL.
Thanks to Rylaan for this one.
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I was checking out some Chrome Extensions (Firefox calls them Add-ons). I got caught up in the tech-geek fun and installed virtual turtle ponds, penguin colonies, and a fishtank (c.1999 screen saver). Okay, so I proptly deleted the little dudes, but I think I’m sticking with this:
It’s the Cooliris Chrome Exension.
This is a screen shot of my image search for flamingos. I search for flamingos ’bout once a week.
Hmmm. Remind you of something? I think Google’s having some iAngst.
I’ll keep you posted on cool extensions if you do the same. Got any good leads? How do you customize your browsers?
I’m listening to Terry Mattingly talk. Brilliant. He just said, “Report unto others as you would have them report unto you.” Stay tuned for more . . .
Only 11 more messages until I’m free from today’s tyrrany of e-mail . . but I had to stop and share this one from my friendly co-WACCer, Paul
Resources for American Christianity has this gem on their page:
Listen to Krista Tippett explain “what it’s like to be a ‘professional listener’ to others’ religious inspiration and insights.”
Here’s a little love for our Roman Catholic communicator friends. Check out Salt + Light tv – a WHOLE television station dedicated to Catholic programming to “bring viewers closer to their faith” . . .
Do you remember the Sunday morning mass for shut-ins?