What I'm Reading 04/24/2008

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    • I'm for open-source, but not THAT open-source. Link has some language and perhaps NSFW images, but the outrage at the objectification of women's bodies is real. Nerds, nerds, why are we so awkward? - post by umjeremy

    • Women's bodies: Just like open-source software!
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    • Where have all the Smiths gone? Well, we haven't left...just been put in other categories... - post by umjeremy
    • In 1984, according to the Social Security Administration, nearly 3.4 million Smiths lived in the United States. In 1990, the census counted 2.5 million. By 2000, the Smith population had declined to fewer than 2.4 million.
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    • For those of you that live under a rock and don't know what facebook is, this has some good tips for pastors (including what NOT to do) on facebook. Applicable to myspace too, but myspace is SOOOOooo 2007. - post by umjeremy
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    • How to build relationships and connect with people using the most popular social network on the Internet. This 31 page e-book will help Pastors and other ministry leaders make the most of this great networking tool.

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