Texting and Driving: Is it a Sin?

Dr Taylor Marshall writes: Is texting and driving a car sinful? I am certainly guilty of it. In fact, I did it today on the way home from a Saint George campout (the campout was lots of fun by the way. 80 sons and fathers. Holy Mass. Rosaries. Divine Mercy. Photos coming soon). While I was on…

We are in a Post-Website World

Time to get those heads out of the old dusty Churchmanship books… again. It’s a post-website world, but you still need a website. A church website is still essential, but the primary ways your church will interact with people are through numerous streams of communication, including e-mail, texting, and social media. Some will find your church through…

An App for Archaeological Sites in Israel

Using advanced augmented reality technology, Architip lets users visualize ancient sites in their original form. This is fantastic! Times of Israel reports: Visitors to Israel’s many archaeological sites are often told to come equipped with a camera, and an imagination. The camera is to take photos of themselves and their companions at these famous sites —…

Toilet Technology – Two Thirds Take Gadgets to the Bathroom

Two thirds of bathroom-breaks are now being accompanied by technology, research has revealed. A study of 2,000 adults has revealed that over a third will bring their phone with them to the toilet, playing games, texting friends or pinging e-mails to co-workers. In fact, a surprising one in eight of all those surveyed will regularly…

Gravestones Embedded with QR Codes

iol reports on QR codes (Quick Response Codes) that are now being inscribed on some gravestones. The next time you stop by the cemetery, you may learn a lot more about your dearly departed than a few ceremonial words. A few companies are now marketing quick response (QR) codes for gravestones, which allow visitors to connect…