There are so many exciting things about scripture apps from their multimedia experiences that allow even those who are illiterate … Continue reading Translation Reviewers Workshop via Scripture Apps
About a year ago I wrote a blog post outlining why I had chosen the Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Edition. This is a follow-up to go back and review my reasons at the time and see how things actually panned out. Continue reading “One Year Later: Galaxy S4 Google Edition”
A few months ago I was introduced to a system for building Android apps for Scripture Engagement that was being developed by a colleague working in West Africa. It takes the scripture text and audio that we already have and bundles it together into something that really is equal to more than the sum of the parts. I have been privileged to be part of the alpha testing and wanted to share with you why I am so excited about this project.
In 2009 we had a lightning storm that knocked out half of the network equipment at the GILLBT office in Tamale. Part of the reason for that was that all of the buildings were connected with copper cabling, creating an antenna for the lightening. Continue reading “Installing Fiber Backbone at GILLBT”
I am a tech guy and I like new gadgets, but for some reason I never really saw the use for smart phones. That could be because I am not really a fan of phones in general. If I am using a phone, I take care of the needed business on the call that I am on, and then I’m done with it.
The availability of internet access has exploded in Ghana in the last few years. Continue reading “Rural Internet Content Protection”
I wrote some time back about what Unicode is and why it is important. I just ran into a situation … Continue reading The Importance of Unicode