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Top books for technical and web design
Links to many of the best recommendations


Book review: Don't Make Me Think! A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability, Steve Krug, New Riders
This is probably the best book available on how to build usability into a website. ‘Usability’ means: enabling visitors to find what they are looking for, and present it to them in an intuitive way they can easily understand. Few websites implement all Steve’s common-sense recommendations, and lose out as a result. He also provides a vital section on how to use other people to test a website.


Free e-books on using Facebook and fan pages for non-profits, churches etc
Internet marketing company Hubspot are offering a free 30-page PDF e-book explaining how to set up and use Facebook fan pages. Although this is in the context of marketing a company via Facebook, much of the information is very helpful to anyone starting or maintaining a fan page for non-profit, church, ministry or evangelism. Best introduction I’ve seen on the subject.


Building Facebook fan pages for church and ministry using FB markup language
Church 2.0 blog is just starting a 6-part series on designing a Facebook fan page, particularly with churches in mind. This includes using ‘Static FBML’ code to create stunning and individual effects.


God's design - a Christian perspective
This passage teaches that God has a definite plan in mind, both for His kingdom and for our lives. He chooses each of us to play a part in His grand design.


How Did Defense/Attack Structures Come About? - Answers in Genesis
Many people question the goodness of God when they see “nature, red in tooth and claw,” and therefore, they accuse those who believe in the Bible of not seeing reality in nature’s fight for survival, which in the view of the secular scientists substantiates evolution.