In my attempts to be an online interfaith peacemaker I soon realized that digital communication would not help much in changing hearts and minds unless average computer users become Web literate, that is, savvy and able handlers of digital information such as text, photos, and videos.  Many younger people are there already, but older folk tend to lag behind in computer skills.  Therefore, to help the awkward and meek in cyberspace I started this blog, CyberKen, to teach Web literacy.  Here you will find easy-to-understand articles and videos about inexpensive and in most cases free tools for Web productivity.

There are more than one hundred posts now, so there may be stuff buried in the stack that you’d like to see which you’ll miss unless you use the search window at the top of the screen.

Peace to you all,

25 thoughts on “About Blog”

  1. Hiya. I stumbled across your page by accidental but was glad that I took a second to look. My friend and my friends have recently started a huge lot of internet research for apartments in Italy and where to find out info and other stuff. By the way, thanks for the information – happy I found it by mistake and will share with my friend. With research I quickly began organizing information about Florence apartments for my blog.

  2. I am so new to all this online, the more I read the more I realize there’s so much more for me to learn, thanks for the awesome post I will be back!

  3. You guys always have such good posts to read on your web site. I enjoy coming back to check new material since I now have your webpage bookmarked. Thanks a lot.

  4. Hello, Reina
    Please tell your friends about CyberKen. Glad you are visiting regularly. Watch for a future post on how to set up an RSS (really simple sindication) feed so that new posts will come to you automatically in your browser’s reader.

  5. Hi Tom, I wanted to respond to your helpful lesson on placing a video on a facebook page. I have never posted to a blog before, so hopefully this will work. Just wanted to say Thank YOU for the very helpful lesson — your blog is extraordinary!!! — Susan

  6. Hi, Susan
    Your comment was registered, and I’m very grateful for it. I hope that you will invite your church friends to read CyberKen, which is about interfaith peacemaking, as well as Web literacy. Together we all will do some good work here!

  7. Thanks for putting this up. I searched on how to make good comments and after not getting much I found this which I learned about how a profile can make an impression.

  8. Whilst I would have valued it much more if you added in a video or at the least images to back up the description, I still thought that your content quite helpful. It’s normally difficult to make a complex subject look very easy. I appreciate your site and will subscribe to your feed so I won’t miss out on anything. Awesome posts

  9. I can see that you are an expert at your field! I am launching a website soon, and your information will be very useful for me.. Thanks for all your help and wishing you all the success in your business.

  10. I discovered your blog as I was looking for a decent theme for my website, I must say Im very impressed with the layout indeed.

  11. Thanks for a superb read, I dont really comment on blogs very much but though I might as well as your site is very good. Can I ask what theme is this you are using , is it paid one or a free one as I have been looking everywhere for a decent theme but most of them have horrid footer links.

  12. Wow…I’m also a Christian. I attend Abundant Life in Mountain View, CA. I do lots of videos at church. I’m glad I found your site because it’s very helpful in spreading the Word.

    I saw your article on using a Digicam and Sony Vegas. I have Sony Vegas Pro v8.
    Have you had any problems in editing the native digicam footage?

    Thanks in advance.

  13. Hello, Jaime
    Excuse me for taking so long to answer your comment at CyberKenBlog. I had a disk crash and lost my licensed version of Sony Vegas, and couldn’t prove that I had purchased and licensed it. So, I switched programs. I’m now using CyberLink Power Director. I’m also very fond of Windows Movie Maker. Simple and very handy!
    Look for an upcoming post about using that program.
    Thanks for visiting CyberKenBlog. I hope you’ll pass the word about it to your friends.

  14. Hello, Sammy

    The theme I use at CyberKenBlog is iTech by Zach. It’s very clean, doesn’t take up much vertical space, and has lots of good features for a technical blog, which is why I chose it.


  15. Thanks, Mo. Please come back. I aim to give you useful information and thoughtful reflections about interfaith peacemaking.


  16. I’d have to test with you here. Which isn’t one thing I usually do! I get pleasure from studying a post that can make individuals think. Additionally, thanks for permitting me to remark!

  17. Heya i’m for the first time here. I came across this board and I find It really useful & it helped me out much. I hope to give something back and help others like you helped me.

  18. Hey I know this is off topic but I was wondering if you
    knew of any widgets I could add to my blog that automatically tweet my newest
    twitter updates. I’ve been looking for a plug-in like this for quite some time and was hoping maybe you would have some experience with something like this. Please let me know if you run into anything. I truly enjoy reading your blog and I look forward to your new updates.

  19. In the Dashboard of your WordPress blog, go to Plugins, click on “add new” and in the search window that appears type “twitter updates”. You will then see a list of plugins for showing your latest twitter posts in the sidebar of your blog (or other locations, depending on where you put the widget for that plugin.)

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