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    February 26, 2007

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    Paul W. Swansen

    Very cool. I'm wondering about iChat for shut-in's or those in remote or satellite locations for services?

    emma

    Wow... that's such a great idea. Glad to hear it worked so well, looking forward to seeing some video from Thailand etc!

    Joni

    That was very cool meeting the girls and hearing about their dreams directly. Just makes you want to jump on a plane and do everything you can to help. Jim & Judy Larson are very special people. I think it would be interesting to send trainees to Thailand to learn and come back to the U.S. to do the same thing. Or is there already a similar ministry here?

    Anthony c

    i loved it when you said "you can't do that with a PC" it made me laugh, I'm glad i switched to mac :)

    David

    Scott, that is really awesome! I love that you use the technology that you learn about and do some really cool things with it. Unfortunatly we aren't doing things like this at our church yet.

    Paul,

    Using iChat for shut in's would be great but it would only work for three people unless you do audio only which will support 10 people. What you could do is setup a web stream. It takes a lot of bandwidth depending on how many are connecting but you could theoretically have an unlimited number of people connected.

    Have a grrrreat day!!

    David

    chris g

    love ichat, love it
    nice usage

    Greg

    That is cool. I just got an Mac Book Pro and I am loving it. What an awesome way to connect people from the other side of the world and see the faces of the people God is changing. Amen.

    Keep up your ministry. It is moving at least one person in this little village called Tallahassee.

    Beko

    Scott... that was so amazing! I want to jump on a train with some extra clothes (and a toothbrush) and spend the rest of my life there!

    Beko

    I meant PLANE!!!! I think going on a train across the ocean might be a bit difficult.

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