072 – e-Me’s and Virtual Integrity

This week on the WELSTech podcast Internet security expert and author Dan Lohrmann joins Martin and Sallie to share ideas on avoiding the pitfalls of integrity theft.

The interview and discussion:

Dan LohrmannHabits of Online Integrity – Dan Lohrmann, author of Virtual Integrity: Faithfully Navigating the Brave New Web, shares his knowledge of the traps that exist which lead Christians to sacrifice their online integrity as well as practical solutions to combat the temptations.  One option which Dan explores in his book is the use of accountability software.  Martin and Sallie share information on several programs as well as ministry applications for the software tools.

New Technology Showcase:

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Of interest:

  • (49:25) Tune in to live streaming of Seminary Call Service, Ascension Concert and Graduation
  • Check the schedule and watch the events at streams.wels.net/site/live

Community feedback:

Coming up on WELSTech:

(1:01:08) Episode 073 – Gail Potratz lends her classroom perspective to our discussion of educational video channels, and we talk with a representative from Learn360.com.

The featured artist:

(1:02:14) This week we close with the music of WELS praise band Koine (www.koinemusic.com) – Christ is our Cornerstone from their CD titled “Koine II”

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  1. Jeremy Johnson
    Jeremy Johnson says:

    Sallie,

    You mentioned that you couldn’t find any documentation about the Gmail features. I should have mentioned this last week, but I didn’t have the link handy. I found out about the address extensions as well as some other Gmail tips from this article:

    http://www.tomsguide.com/us/pictures-story/13-gmail-tips-google.html

    It’s definitely worth looking through if you plan on actively using your Gmail account.

    By the way, my wife and I really appreciated the stream of the MLC call service. We weren’t able to travel over there, but we were still able to watch as my wife’s sister’s call was announced. It was really exciting!

    Jeremy Johnson

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