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April 26, 2011

Are You Talking to Me? Tech Blogged | Tech Blogged

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Every function in Dell—it doesn’t matter if you are in product, sales or customer service—can benefit from these social tools,” says Manish Mehta, Dell’s vice president of social media and community.


April 25, 2011

Thunder’s Kevin Durant commits to daily Bible reading | NewsOK.com

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Durant finally decided to commit himself to a covenant of daily worship on March 7. The Thunder was in Memphis for a game against the Grizzlies. During a trip to pregame chapel, which more than half of the Thunder’s roster attends regularly before each game, Durant found his final source of inspiration.

April 20, 2011

Asthma Pictures Slideshow: Images of the 10 Worst Asthma Cities

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No. 1: Richmond, Va.

This historic city on the James River is the AAFA’s top “Asthma Capital” for the second year in a row. Richmond earned this unhealthy title with a high pollen score, high poverty rate, and poor air quality. Fourteen of the 25 worst cities this year are in the South, largely because Southern tobacco-producing areas have been slow to adopt smoke-free laws — and they continue to have frequent ozone days and high overall levels of air pollution.

We win!

Coreflood Botnet An Attractive Target For Takedown For Many Reasons – Darkreading

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Dell SecureWorks’ Jackson says he and colleague Ben Feinstein in January of this year approached DoD officials at a conference in Atlanta about going after the relatively small botnet operation. “It was hitting inside companies,” Jackson says, and had been around for nearly 10 years, so its derailment was long overdue.

April 13, 2011

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Ignore the customer experience, lose a billion dollars http://ping.fm/y94pn

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In search of a biz monkey (why bother?) http://ping.fm/cyD9W

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Pray Today – April 13 China, People’s Republic, Provinces of China, Jiangxi Province, Jilin Province

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Today’s Reading (day 103)
Matthew 14
Leviticus 13
1 Corinthians 9
1 John 3
Job 41
Psalms 103
Proverbs 10
2 Samuel 23
Jeremiah 37
Acts 19

April 12, 2011

Pray Today – April 12 | Operation World

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China, People’s Republic, Provinces of China, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (Nei Mongol), Jiangsu Province

Provinces of China


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Challenge for Prayer

Peoples classification is a complex issue, made so by two mutually incompatible ways of regarding ethnicity:

a) Government census figures for 55 official “nationalities” by province. These are usually represented as percentages of a province’s present population.

b) Ethnolinguistic people groups as reported by the Joshua Project list, Operation China and other similar approaches. These treatments include over 500 ethno-linguistic groups of China and are usually grouped by affinity bloc and people cluster. Since almost all minority populations of any size are present in multiple provinces but not enumerated as such in any reliable data sources, all inclusion of minority population percentages by province are estimates.

Religions. In a country often hostile to overt expressions of religion and not given to counting its population along religious lines, it is impossible to precisely measure where, in what manner and how much atheism, agnosticism, Confucianism, Daoism and Buddhism mix and overlap. Christianity, Islam and Lamaistic Buddhism are given estimated percentages.

More Information

The Operation World book, CD-ROM, and DVD-ROM provide far more information and fuel for prayer for the people of Provinces of China.

Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (Nei Mongol)


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Challenge for Prayer

Inner Mongolia is experiencing a boom in economic development (especially the energy industry) and, inevitably, in the mass immigration of Han Chinese. The region has sustained China’s highest annual GDP increase for five years running. The recently arrived millions of Han also brought the gospel to Inner Mongolia on a much greater scale than ever before.

Mongolians are now a minority in their own land, and their culture is imperilled, due to massive Han Chinese immigration in recent decades. Yet there are more Mongolians here – over four million – than in independent Mongolia to the north. Hundreds of thousands have been forcibly resettled from their ancestral pastures. Mongolians are much less evangelized than the Han majority, but they are very open to the gospel, probably exceeding 40,000 believers – a number that is growing rapidly. Pray for:

a) The binding of spiritual powers that blind Mongolians to the truth. Their religious practices include aspects of shamanism, ancestor worship, totemism and magic, combined with Lamaistic Buddhism of a variety similar to that practiced by Tibetans. In all cases, the spirit world is very real and profoundly powerful and influential.

b) More workers. Praise God for the increase of mission-minded believers from neighbouring Mongolia, from the Han majority and even from further afield. Yet more workers are still needed.

c) The recently translated Old and New Testaments in three different scripts and two different translations. Praise God for this great achievement! Some Scripture is also available in audio format. Pray that sufficient copies would be available and well used for witness and discipleship.

d) Worship music, which has been developed in the Mongolian language and style.

e) FEBC broadcasts in Mongolian on shortwave and FM radio.

More Information

The Operation World book, CD-ROM, and DVD-ROM provide far more information and fuel for prayer for the people of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (Nei Mongol).

Jiangsu Province


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Challenge for Prayer

Church growth has been spectacular since 1980, with over three million associated with TSPM churches – the greatest church growth of any province except Henan. The burgeoning house churches account for approaching three million more. However, the Church cannot rest comfortably. The government still routinely cracks down hard on unregistered congregations, and cults are very active in this region. The Lingling cult began in Jiangsu. The increasing wealth in this area can also be a snare to immature Christians. Pray for God to preserve, purify and build His people in this already blessed province.

Nanjing is a key city for Christianity in China. The national seminary for the TSPM is here, as is the Amity Press, China’s biggest printer and the source of 50 million Bibles and NTs so far, with millions more published every year. Its sister organization, Amity Foundation, has a ministry involved in community development, medical care, rural education and social welfare. It also majors on promoting church involvement in social service, a crucial step in the maturation and development of Christianity in China.

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