Google Books have often had a lot of bad press. The bad press has been largely over issues relating to copyright and similar issues. However, as a concept I find the Google Books project to be a tremendous idea, especially making available so many books that are no longer in publication. I have found Google Books to be a tremendously important resource.
If you have a website and would like to create a search engine just for it, you can use Google of course, or you can use Rollyo. But more than that, with Rollyo you can add whatever sites you like to the search engine. This is a great little idea which I intend to use in the future (when I get around to doing so).
Some people like to have a diary in which they pen their private thoughts – just for themselves. Penzu is the online equivalent of that idea. It will also allow you to share your diary or journal should you to choose to do so. However, one the best things about Penzu is that it is unlikely to be found by nosey people looking about your house – even your partner or other family members.
It is a good idea to back up information you have stored on your computer – we all know that of course. I’m not sure that we all do it however. But if we do, what about the information and data we have stored online, such as at Facebook or Twitter? Do we back that data up? Is it even possible?
The answer is that we can back it up with Backupify. Check it out at:
I came across this post at a lookout above Tea Gardens. I certainly agree with the idea that Catholicism is not Christianity (not Biblical Christianity), but there is something else in this photo that people need to beware.
What is that something else? It is Zeitgeist. It is a movement which is beginning to take root out there. I have a link below to the Australian branch of the movement – actually it is the Australian branch ‘about’ page. Beware of this movement, it is an anti-Christian movement in that it is not Christian.