Just a note – in case anyone is interested in a) preparing and running a podcast or b) formatting their own video for play on both iPods and iTV, Apple has some information up about how best to do it. Check it out.
Just caught an email from Rockstar announcing the first trailer for GTA IV. Looks pretty sweet.
I synced it to my new iPod.
I’ve also grabbed a video podcast from Ask A Ninja and season two of Robot Chicken, just to have something to do during chapels this week.
In the past I have had a strong distaste for Myspace (and still do), often offering free blog designs to my friends for promising to stay off Myspace / delete their current page. Yeah, I guess you could consider mine strong feelings.
So my friends might be surprised to hear that I actually had a tab containing (nay, restraining) Myspace today. I was taking a look at the recently published Nooma page on Myspace.
Just ran across an interesting site this afternoon – especially for anyone with knowledge of the web. 404 Research Lab is a website dedicated to all things 404; in other words the pages that show up when you click somewhere that doesn’t exist.
I wanted to take a (probably long overdue) moment to thank Nathan over at Nathan’s Blog for a gift card to Amazon. Nathan was running a feed subscription contest a little while back – and I won. If you haven’t checked out Nathan’s blog before, please do. He writes on some really interesting stuff, especially if science or politics interest you. Thank again Nathan.
“So, Ryan, what did you do with the money?”
I’m glad you asked. Continue reading
This interested the little guy in me who gets excited about fonts. Yeah, I know.
Alphabet 26 is the brainchild of Bradbury Thompson, and is a project with the goal being to “simplify and improve our alphabet.”
I caught wind of a scholar by the name of Ben Witherington and his recent posts concerning Rob Bell. One was a couple days ago concerning Rob’s stop in Lexington during week two of his Sex God tour.
I caught this link from Nathan Colquhoun’s blog (which, by the way, is a great source of links to church-related articles – check him out) and it strung a cord with me.
There is a church without handles on their doors. Continue reading
One of the questions asked at the Q+A the other night was “How can I be as knowledgeable as you are?” This is an interesting question in itself, but even better was the answer. Rob said to go to MarsHill.org and request his reading list using the contact form. You can do this yourself (I did last night when we got home!) or you just click below. I hope he doesn’t mind.