Monthly Archives: April 2020

A Curated Social Media Presence

Readers that also follow me on Facebook might remember that I deleted my social media accounts about ten years ago, and avoided social media entirely for over a year. While I enjoyed keeping in touch with friends and colleagues around … Continue reading

Posted in Digital Revolution, Online Resources, Parenting, Privacy, Social Media, Society, Technology

Downhill Bible Reading

Perhaps I’ve grabbed your attention with the weird title, but I should clarify that I’m not writing today to introduce you to some extreme sport that somehow combines rapid descending speeds with reading large books. The title is apt, but … Continue reading

Posted in Assurance, Bible, Christian Formation, Practical Christianity, Reading and Study, Theology

“Gadgets and Gizmos:” Microphones, Mixing Boards, and Audio Interfaces…Oh, My!

I had planned to address a topic like this anyway, but a couple of weeks earlier. Events surrounding the COVID-19 virus had the contradictory effects of both making this topic very timely, but also delaying my having time to write … Continue reading

Posted in "Gadgets and Gizmos", Acapella App by Mixcord, Alto Trombone, Audio Interfaces, Baritone Horn, Bass Trombone, Distance Education, Education, Euphonium, Instructional Technology, iPad, Microphones, Mixing Boards, Multitrack Recordings, Music, Music Education, Pedagogy, Performance Videos, Recording Technology, Recordings, Smartphones, Tablet Computers, Teaching Low Brass, Tenor Trombone, Trombone, Tuba, Videoconferencing, Zoom