Martin Taylor in the COG Blogosphere

Martin Taylor, my State Administrative Bishop (FL-Tampa) recently entered the blogosphere.  Make sure you pop in and check out his blog.  Bookmark it and link back as well.

In addition to blogging, he has a Twitter account too.  So, check it out and follow here.  In the event you aren’t familiar with Twitter, it is a micro-blogging tool that enables you to share your thoughts in 140 characters or less.  Sign-up and get in on the conversation.


4 Responses

  1. I just found this information out a few minutes ago and popped in to see his blog. That’s pretty cool, our bishop is a blogger! Why not? It’s a great way to write about a variety of subjects using electronic paper instead of a fountain pen and parchment.

    There’s a very short post on my blog about the Florida Campmeeting, but will write more later. Words just aren’t sufficient to describe what Dr. Taylor and the state did in bringing in such anointed people to minister this year.

    I’ll definitely be back.

  2. Where did all the info on this site go? There is very little activity these days.

  3. hey, great stuff

  4. My wife turned 32 today – being the avid reader that she is I thought the Kindle would be the perfect gift. Boy was I right! To compliment the Kindle I got her the pebbled Fuschia cover – a perfect match! When she opened the package she wasn’t sure what the Kindle was or what it was all about. I knew she had an Amazon account so when she turned it on it immediately offers the tutoral or registration. She chose to register the Kindle – it took 30 seconds – so easy – so fast. A lifetime 3G subscription paid for by Amazon – no monthly fees and access to over 300,000 books and counting….a readers dream come true. All this and it’s packed into a light weight just the right size reader. Easy on the eyes, font size can be changed and the book will even read to you if you want it too! What she liked at first was you can sample books – she had been looking to purchase a book and looked it up. She was able to download the sample which is usually the first few pages of the book and read it. If you want to purchase from there it’s a click away. The power cable is pretty neat I have to say. Plug one end into the Kindle and plug the other either into a standard wall outlet or your computer. Both will charge the Kindle and when connected to the computer you can transfer information to the Kindle like PDF files or other content. There is an amber LED which turns green when charging is complete. No idea what battery life is like because I just gave it to her. Being a tech geek I was impressed – I am not much of a reader though I really should read more. However, my wife was so happy and amazed at the gift which was so cool and creative. Get it for your girl guys – if she likes to read she will love it. Doesn’t have to be books only – magazines, newspapers, blogs, etc are ALL here! The subscription prices and book prices are really good from what my wife tells me. I have read in other reviews the negatives – I guess if you owned a Kindle 1 it is hard to transfer content to this new one – this doesn’t apply to my wife. Most of the negatives just didn’t apply to us because they are negatives from previous Kindle owners. She can store up to 1500 books on this baby and Amazon stores copies for you on their server – you can’t go wrong here. I’m really impressed and happy with my purchase.

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