Andrew Manning has some good thoughts about protecting your privacy online.
3 laws of the digital age, according to one expert. (See at end of article.)
Internet English? Read and despair! “… giving he and King the freedom …”
The internet changes people. Due to circumstances, yesterday morning I ate breakfast out. Rare thing. In a chair close to me, the local paper. I had things to do, agenda to organize, but I picked up the paper for a moment. It interested me little.
It’s unusual to happen in a single day, but today the Deus Conosco meditation site has hits from Angola, Brazil, Canada, Cape Verde, Mozambique, Portugal, and the U.S. Canada comes in first with 100 hits. That’s not only unusual but unique.
Remember: Having a morning devotional does not consist of checking your Twitter lists of Bible, prayer, and church. #internet #spirituality
Have been using the #Vivaldi browser more, especially on my own sites and other ones I know to be safe. Switching between it and #BraveBrowser, which has had some strange behavior lately. Vivaldi and #PaleMoon can do the key searches from the URI bar. Brave still lacking some important functions like that and reader view, which is built in to Vivaldi.
A new piece of the puzzle about how Pedro found us surfaced last night. He did much searching online for a church. His first contact with our material was on a now inactive site that had a link to one of our present sites. He didn't recall where it was. I suspect it might have been cristaos.antville.org. Lesson: Even old efforts can still bear fruit. #evangelism #internet]]>