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FaithHacker.com


I’ve created a new website, again. It’s called FaithHacker.com I created the site to share some of the things I learn as a Technology Manager of Saylorville Baptist Church. I hope that other Christian leaders can benifit from it and bypass the time it takes to find technical solutions to their problems.

Speaking of problems. I just read an article about the NFL copyrighting the word “superbowl” and stoping churches (and others) from showing the superbowl on screens over 55 inches to the public. I guess I understand a little, but I guess if someone is going to watch the game, their going to watch the game. It’s not going to stop them from watching it and it’s not going to make them buy a ticket (if you still could). Everyone would still see the commercials. The only thing I can think of is people who don’t pay for that channel and will see it for free somewhere else. But what about sports bars? And wouldn’t this apply to all games? And all things played in places on big screens? Hmmm.

Enjoy the game!


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