Scripture Tag is a neat social bookmarking site (think Flickr or del.icio.us) for the scriptures. The creator put the entire standard works on-line. Users then can then go in, find a particular scripture and place a “tag” (a word that they associate with that scripture) for others to see.Here are some screen shots, so you get an idea how it works. Notice the tags to the right. It’s interesting to see what ideas people associate with different scriptures. With 1 Nephi:1 people have tagged it with parents, teaching, and language.You can also use the tag cloud to see what...Read More
Author: Brett McKay
Most young people have a Facebook account. It allows people to stay connected know what’s going on in other people’s lives. I think it’s a valuable social tool that can be used for good. Unfortuantely, most people use it to share drunken photos of them selves. More Good Foundation suggests using it to share the gospel. Today, we hope to give you some ideas how you can. Under religious views put “Latter Day Saint- Christian Under websites put links to Mormon.org, lds.org, or to other LDS blogs In your photo album put pictures of a recent Church activity or...Read More
With the new year coming, many people are considering buying a new planner/agenda. Others are thinking about forking over a couple of hundred bucks for PDA they will never use. This year, instead of buying a traditional agenda/planner/PDA, I suggest going with the hipster PDA. What is a Hipster PDA (hPDA)? 43 Folders described it as: a fully extensible system for coordinating incoming and outgoing data for any aspect of your life and work. It scales brilliantly, degrades gracefully, supports optional categories and “beaming,” and is configurable to an unlimited number of options. Best of all, the Hipster PDA...Read More
GTD SetupOriginally uploaded by Mormon Hacker. My wife and I recently discovered, Getting Things Done by David Allen. We’ve decide to implement his system into our lives. We just started, but so far we’re happy with the results. GTD is about collecting the stuff that fills our lives and putting it in a system that allows stuff to get done quickly and effectively. Instead of having to remember all the stuff you have to do, my wife and I just write it down on a note card. If we can do the action quickly we do it. If we...Read More
Yesterday, we posted on how you can use Gmail for journal keeping. Another great way to use gmail is keep track of your thoughts while reading the scriptures. Using Gmail’s awesome category system, you can create a category for different principles such as faith, charity, obedience, ect. When ever you read a scripture with that principle, you can make a gmail entry under that category. Put the scripture reference under Subject. Now, when you’re preparing a talk you can bring up scriptures, along with person insights, that you can use. Set up your labels. Click on settings and then...Read More
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