Lunch on the Duck River

Love being down here in West Tennessee. Beautiful.

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Blueberry picking in Tennessee

It was a beautiful day today at the farm. We spent part of the day picking blueberries on neighboring farm. Yum. Nice hike as well.

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Scott Miller
Technology Director
Watermark Community Church
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Phil Vischer at the Echo Conference

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Phi Vischer spoke tonight at the Echo Conference at Watermark in Dallas.  If you don’t know Phil, he is the creator of VeggieTales… here is his bio.

Phil Vischer made his first animated film when he was nine years old; by the age of fourteen, he was convinced he would be a filmmaker when he grew up.

Phil is actively developing new ways to integrate faith and storytelling through his new creative shop, Jellyfish Labs (JellyfishLabs.com). Phil captured the breathtaking rise—and heartbreaking fall—of Big Idea Productions in the book “Me, Myself & Bob.” He is also the author of the popular children’s books “Sidney and Norman” and “47 Beavers on the Big Blue Sea.”

Phil’s latest Jellyfish Labs project is JellyTelly — an interactive, online “mini-network” for children that is scheduled to launch in fall 2008. This web-based platform is a natural starting point for a wide variety of original programming geared toward helping kids grow in their Christian faith.

Phil lives with his wife Lisa (aka Junior Asparagus) and their three kids in
Wheaton, Illinois. For more information, visit PhilVischer.com.

With the rise and decline of Big Idea, Phil has learned some great lessons.  Tim Schraeder did us the huge favor of taking notes of his talk at Echo.  You can read all of Tim’s notes on his blog at http://www.timschraeder.com/2009/07/29/my-life-as-a-tomato/

EqualLogic all mounted and looking pretty.

That’s a bunch of storage boys and girls.

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EqualLogic all mounted and looking pretty.

That’s a bunch of storage boys and girls.

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