Ahh, the feeling of seeing seeds of ideas sprouting up bit by bit is a good one. The above video may not be much, but it an ambassador. It is the tendril of initiative inching forward to progress. Continue Reading →
To conclude my three-part series on brand as identity, let’s focus in on what a created brand should do.
Brands are more than logos, names, and appearance. While we may be able to immediately identify what an image of a swoosh, a mermaid, or a red and white target represents, we recognize more than just the company behind it. We think of what it provides, what it embodies, what has been said about it, etcetera. Continue Reading →
Follow is another example of the power of video this week. This one is available to buy at Igniter Media for use in your church, but it’s so timely and so very good that it should go viral anyway. Continue Reading →
Technology can have a high cost to our lives that we often don’t consider. Part two in our video series of Jacques Ellul interview clips, questions what the true cost of technology is. Highlighting that modern society often ignores this question at their peril. Continue Reading →
This short video takes an amusing view of technology’s invasion of our lives, while at the same time promoting a new thought provoking book. For us, this is the power of great online video at work.
It neatly sums up need to be careful in our use of technology. As we shape and refine this blog we’re aiming to do just that, focusing more on the ministry use the internet, social media and mobile, and less on the shiny, latest and greatest bits. And, ouch, the message in the video is quite hard to watch, on a personal level. Tell us what it made you think about.
For further insight and info on the book take a look at Tim Challies blog.
A great round up of stats for you this week, courtesy of Socialnomics. If you’re not one of the millions that has seen this on YouTube, this video should give you some perspective on why we should take social media seriously.
It’s also worth noting these stats are from last year … creating a video every time the statistics sore would be an industry in itself!