Posts about blogging
I’m back in the States now and am pleased to announce that just before I left Nairobi, we (the Wycliffe International communications team) launched two new websites:
TheWordIsLife.net (http://www.thewordislife.net) explores language communities, global issues and mission worldwide.
Wycliffe.net (http://www.wycliffe.net) presents information about Wycliffe International, its partners, and their ministry.
I have served as project manager for the development of these two sites since January, and many people have been working hard for a long time to reach this day. Check out the sites!
And with this, my time with Wycliffe has come to an end. Thanks to each of you who have supported me over the last four years.
The Translation Beat will stay online, but this will be my last post here. Thank you again. That’s all for now.
Well, it’s been awhile since I managed to get a post in. I recently finished up an hectic assignment as conference photographer in an undisclosed part of Asia, so I’ve now visited all six permanently inhabited continents. In celebration, here are a few faces from around the world:
OK, tonight’s maintenance is essentially finished. You should not notice any major changes at this point. In fact, if you do see something strange, please let me know. Thanks to Fjord, without whom I would still be blogging in the Dark Ages!
Tonight, The Translation Beat will have to go offline for up to a few hours. We hope to be up and running again late tonight or early tomorrow morning.
The Translation Beat is now located at http://djringer.com/translationbeat/. Please update your links and bookmarks right away. If you are subscribed to my feed, you to NOT need to alter your subscription; that address will remain the same.
Have a look around and let me know what you think!