If you or those in your church or organisation are not web experts, a secular guide to the Web is very useful. This is a good example. Written in plain English, it covers everything from getting online for the first time to newsfeeds, Internet telephony and advanced tips and tricks guaranteed to turn casual surfers into Net gurus. This fully revised guide covers all the latest sites and crazes, including Skype, blogging, MySpace and other social networks and online video. Although you can buy previous editions of the book secondhand, be aware that the Web has changed so quickly that some of these innovatons barely existed even two years ago. There are also Rough Guides on several other related topics including MySpace, iPods and iPhones.
If you are new to the Internet, or feel that you need to understand the dangers and pitfalls
that it presents for a Christian, look also at:
The Net Commandments
How to be a Righteous Nerd
Review of Net Commandments and buy cheaply in UK.