//
archives

gospeltechlife

Gospeltechlife is hosted by Indrajeet 'Inder' Pawar. Happy husband to Manju, privileged father to the trio - Divya, Roshan and Deepa, grateful for the opportunity to serve Grace Church, Nashik. Changed by the gospel, love technology and blog here about some of my favourite things.
gospeltechlife has written 13 posts for gospeltechlife

How Do We Keep The Fire Burning?

For this week’s “Word Wednesday” I’m posting an outline that I shared at our ministry training night. It’s rooted in Romans 12:6-8 and the starting point is the observation that ‘leadership is meant to be exercised with zeal”. Having gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us use them: if prophecy, … Continue reading

Worldwide Internet Stats

John Piper in explaining Desiring God’s 3.0 web strategy and the transition they are undertaking here mentions these incredible internet stats: “The population of the world just crossed the seven-billion mark. There are currently an estimated 2.26 billion Internet users worldwide — one billion of which are from Asia, and only 273 million of which … Continue reading

Monday Masala

Spiritual Leadership. Outstanding summary from Jon Bloom of Moses (and every) leadership. Must read his article over at the Desiring God website by clicking here. Linsaaanity. Jeremy Lin, off the bench and now starting point guard for the New York Nicks is a Christian and has an amazing story that is still emerging. Watch him beat the … Continue reading

Mobile Tech Stats

Launching the Desiring God app for the iPad and iPhone John Piper mentions these amazing statistics: Smartphones are expected to increase from 23% of total phone shipments in 2010 to 45% in 2015. (Source) Mobile application downloads are expected to reach nearly 48 billion in 2015. (Source) The number of smartphones set to rise from … Continue reading

Tech Thursday: Smartphone Camera Development and Apple Manufacturing

Two tech stories that caught my attention this week. Smartphone camera technology The first is a report from wired.com on how smartphone camera technology will evolve in 2012. In this report Christina Bonnigton gives us a super snapshot of evolving smartphone technology that will have you seriously considering the next smartphone purchase. Read the whole … Continue reading

Tech Trouble

Another great post from Mike Wittmer on the internet and its effects on our brains. Its his summary from a few top tech books he read. It’s so good that I thought I’d re-produce it here entirely instead of just linking to it. Here it is from http://mikewittmer.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/your-brain-on-technology/ “Over the last week I read some provocative … Continue reading

Monday Masala

Helpful addition to my thinking on the person of God. Some amazing facts here of change in this article at http://theresurgence.com/2012/01/07/god-does-not-change CES has kicked off at Las Vegas, USA. Samsung has a big presence there and one of the focus products is their smart TV which will include an integrated camera and microphone so your TV can … Continue reading

Perils of Digital Technology

Mike Wittmer listened to MIT Professor Sherry Turkle’s lecture at Calvin College yesterday and summarizes the presentation at http://mikewittmer.wordpress.com/2012/01/04/perils-of-digital-technology/ I was particularly struck by point 9 where Mike summarises, “We’re not in trouble because we invented a new technology, we’re in trouble because we unreflectively threw ourselves into the new technology.” As much as I love tech … Continue reading

New Year Resolutions Anyone?

On Dec 31st we sat down as a family to look back at 2011 and made lists of all the things we could be grateful for. It was fun when yours truly missed the new car that we’ve been blessed with. I quickly covered it up saying I was thinking of more important things. My … Continue reading

Wi-fi Android Ready DigiCam

The lines between cameras and phones are getting even more blurred. Infact the latest series of Apple 4 S adverts on TV suggest that we buy it for the camera more than the phone. Here’s another blurring with a new digicam from Samsung with built in wi-fi which according to Wired’s Gadget Lab helps the … Continue reading