If you’re optimized for mobile, I can browse your site, find out where you are, and see a cool event that’s coming up later in the week – all of this in just a few minutes.
Sometimes you just need to get back to the basics. When you are dealing with your faith, this often means reading the Bible instead of ABOUT the Bible. I was recently trying to find a new devotional book. I felt like I had exhausted the recently published pieces from Beth Moore, Max Lucado, and some… Continue Reading »
This month, Jamey McElveen, an R&D Programming Manager for ACS, shares some security tips to follow when using your smartphone. And if you’re on church staff, you’ll be interested in his second article on the updated ACS apps that have just been released.
Between July and December of 2010, QR codes usage increased a whopping 1200%, and in June 2011 alone, 14 million people scanned QR codes on their phones. Smart devices such as a smart phone, iPod Touch, and iPad can read QR codes. The device must have scanning (camera) capabilities, internet access, and an app called a QR reader, available through app stores. Most QR reader apps are free for download. With so many people using smart phones, most technology experts predict QR code usage will continue to increase.
Is it just me, or are QR codes, those funky little squares that look a barcode’s blocky big sister, everywhere lately? Look around. I’ve seen QR codes – so named for the “quick response” they can garner – in print ads, in blog posts, on my takeout! Even Macy’s has gotten on board, with its… Continue Reading »
I was recently on a cross-country flight where I sat next to a woman with not one, but two Blackberry phones. One was for business, the other for personal. Teasing her a bit, I asked, “Isn’t that a headache to keep up with?” She nodded and replied, “I don’t have any other choice.” I proceeded… Continue Reading »