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[[ Ebook ]] ➨ You, Your Family and the Internet  Author David Clark – Viagraonl1ne.us
  • Paperback
  • 108 pages
  • You, Your Family and the Internet
  • David Clark
  • English
  • 21 September 2018
  • 9781846253409

    10 thoughts on “[[ Ebook ]] ➨ You, Your Family and the Internet Author David Clark – Viagraonl1ne.us


  1. says:

    A short but fascinating read, this book presents the history of the internet and a great deal of statistical data that will make you think twice Almost every chapter ends with two discussion questions prompting the reader to dig into the bible to discover about the chapter topic.My favorite chapter was If It s Free, Then You Are The Product which delves into the marketing value of offering free items Since I post several free books on The Vessel Project, this chapter was of particular interest I don t collect the data for use with any other program but the discussion in this chapter helped me understand that nothing is truly free in the world of the internet.The book is well referenced and indexed with several very beneficial links to resources making it very helpful I enjoyed the personal stories of the impa...


  2. says:

    Helpful and informative.


  3. says:

    What every Christian in the digital age ought to know How may Christians better understand the dangers and opportunities offered by the Internet This excellent resource, written by an expert in the field, explains and illustrates what the technologies are and guides readers to draw on biblical principles such as self control and accountability to help them to apply these to the dangers at hand It also encourages believers to make the best use of opportunities that arise from judicious use of the World Wide Web From the Day One Publications Website About the Author David Clark was born and brought up in a missionary family working in France A Bible believing Christian since the age of 15, he is active in his local Evangelical and Reformed church in England, where he lives after spending a number of years in the USA He has worked with computer technology for over 30 years, has a degree in Computer Science and Electronics, and carried out Postgraduate research into the uses of Artificial Intelligence in the design of silicon chips He owns and runs a consultancy company that carries out technology related work for the UK and US governments He has published a number of technical papers at various conferences, ran...


  4. says:

    In 1946 the Colossus was built While it is debated as to whether or not is it the first digital computer, there is no debate as to its size It weighed 27 tons and took up 680 sq ft which would be half the size of the average persons house by modern standards It was huge, required a lot of people to run, could do very little and there was only one of them Today, just about anyone can possess a computer Some, like a smart phone, can fit in the palm of your hand They are relatively inexpensive, take up very little room and are exponentially powerful and faster than the first computers.To say that we have come a long way in the development of the computer is an understatement The computer technology changes the faster it can change While so many people try desperately to keep up with the changes, thus having to have the newest technological gadget, what goes virtually unnoticed is the constant effect our consumption of technology has on us, its users Akin to the Industrial Revolution and it changes upon modern society at the time the major impact of our current technological revolution come not so much from new techn...


  5. says:

    How would you like a sensible, balanced book on the internet for you and your family This slender volume by David Clark and published by Day One fills a real need It doesn t just slam the evils of the internet, but shares its good in light of the fact that it is here to stay His premise is that the internet is a part of our lives that can neither be ignored nor underestimated It has the potential for such good and for such bad.I especially enjoyed the chapter that explained what the internet really is, how it started, and how it grew into what it is today It was particularly enlightening to me, as for some reason, I knew so little about it.The author did a good job explaining how social media has changed the way we relate to each other Most revealing was how teenagers look at things now so differently than previous generations because of it It s almost redefined what friend even means.As you might expect he has one chapter on pornography, its dangers, the needed filters, and how that it is all about money He warns that all including children will likely see such images at some point and he gives balanced advise on protecting yourself and your family.The chapter on If It s Free, Then You Are The Product is eyeopening I ve always wondered how th...


  6. says:

    This is the first book I have read focused on our digital age It is brief and gives an overview of some important issues that have arisen for Christians in this age There were times when I was not really sure where the flow of the book was going, but overall it is a brief primer that made me think I find the topic of the internet and the warp speed of technological advances in our culture to be highly interesting Even though I found David Clark s writing style to be a bit distracting, the topic held my attention Ironically, as it was being discussed that technology is constantly changing, David Clark mentioned Google Latitude something that is now already no longer in existence So what did I take away from the book 1 Be aware of how addictive facebook, smartphone, browsing can be 2 Be aware that all that you do is being tracked I look forward to reading other books of this type and am glad I read this one However, my hunch is that...


  7. says:

    Useful


  8. says:

    kindle Doctrine of Sanctification


  9. says:

    Practical, helpful, short a must read for families


  10. says:

    Easy to read and informative Nothing ground shattering, but a good reminder to be thoughtful and strategic with the barrage of new technologies.

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