Category Archives: technology

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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A Week Filled With Hope & Mission


Picture taken by Gordon Govier Recently, I had the tremendous opportunity to participate in the Lausanne North America Young Leaders’ Consultation in Madison, Wisconsin.   For those not familiar with Lausanne, it is an evangelical movement birthed in Lausanne Switzerland at the 1974 International Congress on World Evangelism in 1974. […]

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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  It reminded me of a great thought from Marshal McLuhan: If it works, it is obsolete and if the […]

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