Category Archives: DMin

Mobiquity: Part Three of Three


Mobiquity: A Semiotic Analysis of Google Glass Part Three of Three This is the last of three posts (to view the first post, click here – to view the second post, click here) presenting a semiotic analysis of Google Glass and the ubiquity of mobile technology (Mobiquity).  Note: these posts […]

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Mobiquity: Part Two of Three


Mobiquity: A Semiotic Analysis of Google Glass Part Two of Three This is the second of three posts (to view the first post, click here) presenting a semiotic analysis of Google Glass and the ubiquity of mobile technology (Mobiquity).  Note: these posts have been edited and reformatted from a paper […]

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Mobiquity: Part One of Three


Mobiquity: A Semiotic Analysis of Google Glass Part One of Three This is the first of three posts presenting a semiotic analysis of Google Glass and the ubiquity of mobile technology (Mobiquity).  Note: these posts have been edited and reformatted from a paper I wrote for my doctoral program at […]

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Art From Old Technology


This is one of the many examples of the Book Surgeon’s art. I came across this picture (one example of many by the artist) via social networks on the art of “The Book Surgeon.”  It reminded me of a great thought from Marshal McLuhan: If it works, it is obsolete and if the […]

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I’m A Pastor – The Awkward Silence


Inspired by a conversation with my doctoral cohort, I created (“created” meaning I used a website where I typed dialogue and it created the movie for me) the following short video about the, all too common, awkward silence that follows in casual conversation when people discover you are a pastor. […]

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