Yesterday, I asked you for your opinions about “twittering” during an actual church service. And wow, it generated some incredible dialogue. I was almost inspired to do that tweetup or whatever you call it and sing kum ba yah together. Again, I’m a fan of Twitter but like many things, feel like we need to consider some boundaries such as its usage during and through church. I don’t have much more to add but wanted to share some of the stimulating comments for your consideration and engagement. If you’ve got the time, read through all the comments from the post.
I’m thinking that soon, some “innovative church” is going to be the first to start the “First Church of Twitter” and then go Multi Site Video Twitter Venues. It’s possible because anything’s possible…
Here’s some sample comments:
One of the most stimulating comments I’ve ever read from Daniel Azuma about Facebook, Twitter and ecosystems:
Okay, I’m going to have to go on a rant here.
Pastor Eugene: you made a comment on Twitter vs Facebook that seems directed squarely at people like me (who come in and out of Facebook with some trepidation but avoid Twitter like the plague), and I think I need to address it.
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