Category Archives: Computers

User Advocate

Customer support of the YouVersion Bible app is not the correct title for what I (David) do to help people engage with the Bible app. I am a user advocate, I want to help people engage with the Bible in … Continue reading

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One Week of Applications

As I (David) work with the YouVersion Bible app, the team I work with is constantly looking at the quality of support that we provide to our users. Our team recently changed our goal of responding from 24 hours to … Continue reading

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Hack On IT

What does hack on IT even mean? Is the last word pronounced /it/ or /I-T/? We accepted both pronunciations. Hack on IT was an event a few weeks ago in Orlando that I was able to attend that is helping … Continue reading

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Double Edged Sword

David’s been volunteering as user advocate for the You Version Bible App.  When people have issues arise while using the app if they are using an Android device, can send in their questions, comments or complaints and David will try … Continue reading

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Participant References can be fun

Translators have many tools to aide with doing Bible Translation. One of those tools is called Adapt It. Adapt It is a computer program that helps translate texts between related languages. In the Misaje cluster there are six languages using … Continue reading

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Federal Workplace Charity Fair

Today on the Wycliffe USA’s prayer blog they asked for prayer for Wycliffe representatives that will be working with the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). This program is very close to my heart. It was the CFC in 2007 that first … Continue reading

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Dropbox to out of the box

A few months ago a translator came to me very distraught that the CDs he mailed to the publisher a continent away was unable to read his CDs. So I asked him how much information he had on the CDs … Continue reading

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