Month: May 2014

Back to Seminary

I’ll be returning to Gardner-Webb’s School of Divinity this fall to finish my Masters of Divinity. Since Harrelson Agency is doing well, it can afford (demand?) that I take a few days for classes while still having a hand in day-to-day operations. I’ll be working on both seminary and the agency as well as ministrieslab moving ahead (more on that in a second). Gardner-Webb Divinity and I go way back and have more history than …

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Against the Natural Order of Things

A seemingly prescient revelation from Douglas Adams as I come ever closer to turning 36: Anything that is in the world when you’re born is normal and ordinary and is just a natural part of the way the world works. Anything that’s invented between when you’re fifteen and thirty-five is new and exciting and revolutionary and you can probably get a career in it. Anything invented after you’re thirty-five is against the natural order of …

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Personal Domains as Apps

I keep wondering what to do with this site. For a long time, I’ve been an advocate for folks having their own domain and using that as a “blog” of some sort to share ideas, thoughts, creations, stories, writings, photos, videos etc. When I was a middle school teacher, I was especially insistent about this to the point of having all of my students set up blogs for their portfolios (many of which still use …

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The Trough of Disillusionment

That icky feeling in your gut is a symptom of Social Media entering "The Trough of Disillusionment". Strap in. pic.twitter.com/8ddloDlN9v — Social Media Insider (@SocialMedia411) May 7, 2014 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js For many businesses, attempting to put together an online marketing plan without including at least some aspects of social media is unthinkable. However, there was a time before Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram ruled our social interactions on the web. Granted, the web itself has always …

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Harrelson Agency Featured in Shareist Case Study

We’re big fans of Shareist in our office and in the work we do with contractors and clients around the world. In a nutshell, Shareist is a way to manage all of your (or a client’s) social media and content creation accounts with a high degree of team collaboration under one umbrella. We use it alongside Basecamp as our company’s project management backbone. I was honored to be asked by the Shareist team to do …

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