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Fri Fun: Celebrating Gutenberg

On this day, February 3, 1468, Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of the printing press, died.  I've been talking about communication technology all week and wanted to end the week with this Friday Funny celebrating the advancement of communication technology that began with Gutenberg's printing press in about 1439. Here now is the famous Mideival Help Desk illustrating that people have always had difficulty with new technology.   If you liked this post, please subscribe to our RSS feed and share the link…

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Is it acceptable to email a thank you?

This coming Friday is the anniversary of the death of Johannes Gutenberg, the man who invented the printing press and revolutionized the communication of God's Word and much more.  In celebration of his life, I was planning to share some information about the importance of various communication technology and how it has changed our lives. Then, last week someone emailed me with a question about thank you cards in the Information Age.  It fit right in with my plans this week so I thought I'd share my answer today and expand on it a bit to include the role of technology on thankfulness.  On Wednesday I'll share more about communication technology and on Friday I have a fun video that will help celebrate...

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