‘Live’ Blogging NWA

12 Apr

For those of you who have shown an interest, yes I will be ‘live‘ blogging New Word Alive:2010.

I say ‘live‘ because I’m pretty sure I want be doing it during the sessions but rather later, during a quite/reflective time as a means to help me process what’s being taught.

The aim of the blogs then wont be to let those who weren’t fortunate to have time off to know exactly what’s been happening, but to give a gist of what’s being said and how the Holy Spirit is applying it.

I’ll also be posting photo’s via my Twitter account if people want a more visual affair.

So while we’re on the subject can we please make the official #hashtag for New Word  Alive 2010 #NWA10. It’s nice and low on characters and it differentiates the event from the famous rap group of the same acronym.


3 Responses to “‘Live’ Blogging NWA”

  1. ammanfordpastor 12/04/2010 at 10:17 am #

    I’ve never used a hash tag….how does it work?

    • sammydaviesjr 12/04/2010 at 11:52 am #

      What’s it for? Quite simply, it’s like tagging a foto in facebook. It helps people find things. So like you’d tag yourself in a foto so If i want to find fotos of you I can easily in twitter you hashtag so people can find tweets about a topic easily.

      How do you do it? End your tweet with #nwa10 and then anyone who wants to read tweets about it can search twitter can search for #nwa10 and sees all the tweets that have used that hash tag.

  2. sammydaviesjr 12/04/2010 at 11:53 am #

    Update: There is to be a bloggers meet up at 1pm on the Saturday. Larry has details at http://fotidzo.blogspot.com

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