ChurchMag released their 2012 Top 20 Church Technology Blogs list. GeekRev is ranked 13. I’m pretty happy about that. I also noticed a few Church tech blogs that I had not seen before – which is awesome since I love to find new resources.

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When I first got my Mac, I was blown away by the ease-of-use of the iLife suite of apps, especially iPhoto. iPhoto makes it easy to capture your photos from your camera, organize them, and edit them for sharing with the world. But, as my skill with photography and editing has elevated, I’ve found iPhoto to be too limiting. After evaluating a couple of solutions and decided that Adobe’s LightRoom is the next step for me. However, there is a catch – I have all my photos in iPhoto, which stores my photos in a proprietary database, making it a challenge to use my photos elsewhere. Read how I addressed this after the break.

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If you are out to accomplish significant things in your life, you are going to be spending a lot of time outside your comfort zone. You might as well get the most out of it.

Michael Hyatt

GIMP Is Now Available as a Native App for Mac OS X

http://lifehacker.com/5938890/gimp-is-now-available-as-a-native-app-for-mac-os-x

Yay! You all know how much we love Dropbox here at GeekRev. Well, we also love vimeo. While a lot of the videos we create for GeekRev.com are hosted on YouTube, our church uses vimeo for the videos we create for our faith community. We typically upload the finished video to dropbox for access by our media computer in the sanctuary, then also upload to vimeo so that people can view them later and share them with their social networks.

Well, now, among some other features, vimeo has added the ability to automatically upload video from Dropbox to vimeo - wiping out a whole step and a lot of time! Yay!

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