Thursday, December 31, 2009

Top five posts for December 2009

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The top five posts for December were:

  1. What's the big deal about Web 2.0?

    The Internet changed the way we live, work, and play. But then the Internet changed. How is it dragging us along with it now? Or, put another way, how have we regained the power to drive the machine ourselves?

  2. How to make friends and be influenced by the right people

    Everyone wants to be a leader these days. How can you be a credible follower first? This is a primer for introverts and extroverts alike on initiating quality relationships with folks whose influence you deeply desire.

  3. Why do I blog?

    There's a reason I do this. It's not egocentric. It's actually quite the antithesis.

  4. Love

    Love can destroy the world. This is really good news if you have any complaints about how horrible the world is these days. Read this to find out how to become a destroyer.

  5. Church: a community for itself, or something else?

    Does the Church exist for the sake of the people who show up, or for God, or for the rest of the world that it's trying to reach?

    Uhm. Yeah, it does.

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