In this weekend’s roundup we’ll take a look at stunning photographs, heed the Pope’s call to use digital technologies to spread God’s Word, find a good reason to install Ubuntu 9.10, rule the internet with Firefox add-ons, pray for the faithful departed, discuss Dan Brown’s desire to meet the Pope and download awesome Christian wallpapers.
- Mix Collection of 99 Stunning Photographs to Refresh Your Mind
There are many ways to attack photography and some are much more expensive than others. Here in this showcase, we presenting a Stunning collection of Photography and Pictures taken by various artists in which all pictures are linked to the author’s pages.
- Pope: Spread the Word Using New Media
Benedict XVI is encouraging media professionals to take up the challenge to use the new technologies of the digital age to spread the word of God, while keeping the content unaltered.
- Ubuntu 9.10 brings web sync, faster bootup, GNOME 2.28
The Ubuntu Linux distribution has received a major update today. The new version, Ubuntu 9.10, will introduce several significant new features and will deliver the latest version of the GNOME desktop environment and other applications.
- Rule the Web with Four Firefox Add-ons
You don’t have to take the Web as-is, you have the power to change it! With a few handy add-ons for Mozilla Firefox, you can take control of the sites you visit and make them look and work the way that you want to.
- CBCP exec: ‘It’s our responsibility to pray for our departed’
As the country prepares to celebrate All Saints’ and All Souls’ days on Sunday and Monday, respectively, Msgr. Joselito Asis said it is everyone’s responsibility to pray for our departed.
- Dan Brown would like to meet Pope
Da Vinci Code author, Dan Brown, says he would like to meet Pope Benedict but has not sought an audience in order not to embarrass the pontiff, an Italian paper says.
- 30 Awesome Christian Wallpapers
This post features awesome free Christian wallpapers that are created by artists/designers from all over the globe. They give a special touch to your desktop and can serve as a cool ministering tool.