Are you in control of your information? Do you know what information you should and should not share on Facebook? Here are my thoughts on how a missionary should use the wonderful tool that is Facebook. Not everything is great about Facebook, but it can be used in a great way.
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Have you ever needed a reminder on something on a specific date, but did not know how to file the information so that you would see it when you needed it? Send an email to yourself with the information you need when you need it.
Needing to consume large amounts of text quickly? Zap Reader will help you read online content faster than you normally read while letting you quickly control the reading speed of the displayed text. Use it for Bible reading or web content.
Do you need to access the notes you create in your Kindle books for manipulation on your computer? Here are 3 different ways to retrieve and use the notes which are stored on your Amazon Kindle reader or in the Kindle app for the computer.
Reading content on the go has gotten easier with web services like Instapaper. Do you have an international flight that you want to use to as time to catch up on some reading? Consider Instapaper as a way to consume that content offline.
Sending a reminder to yourself in the future is a great way to remember to deal with a project at a certain time. But how do you get that reminder to show up in a place you will certainly see it? How about having it sent to your email inbox? Give FutureMe a try!
Is it wise for a missionary to use a free website creation too for their ministry? While it certainly won’t be the worst thing you can do in the ministry, there are some factors you should consider before committing several months or years to using a free website tool like WordPress.com or Blogger.
Your choice of email protocol you choose to use will determine the abilities you have to control your email. In some cases you won’t have a choice as to which you can use. But when you do have the option, you should always opt for using IMAP email over POP.