Technology Used @ HHBC & harrisonhills.org
This page and its sub-pages carry information about various aspects of this website and other technology used at Harrison Hills Baptist Church.
All information and resources found here are freely provided for your use, but carry no guarantee and should be used at your own risk.
Recent Recent Tech News
Jan 1 2018
In addition to updating the site copyright date for the new year, we have updated to Exponent CMS v2.4.2 released just moments ago and also updated the mass mailing software to v10.7.2. (read more)
Jul 24 2017
We have updated to Exponent CMS v2.4.1 along with patch #5 with plans (as always) to update to the most recent version/patch as they are released. We recently updated the mass mailing software to v10.5.2, and hope to update to v10.7.0 soon. (read more)
Apr 20 2017
We have updated to Exponent CMS v2.4.1 along with patch #4. We recently updated the mass mailing software to v10.5.1. (read more)
Recent Posts from 'From the Tech Guy'
Apr 21 2011
Lately I've been keeping very busy with programming the "next" version of ExponentCMS that should become visible here later this year (if all goes well). Our site currently uses a heavily modified version 0.98 of ExponentCMS. All of my modifications are publically available as that version of the code is no longer being actively maintained (except by me?). (read more)
Nov 9 2010
Having used my new smart phone for several weeks, I thought I'd pass along a few things I've learned. Though I'd like to narrow some of my suggestions down to one, I've not been using it long enough to make a definitive choice, but have narrowed it down to two in most cases. I'm also a "cheap-skate" which means I don't like to pay for something unless I have to, especially if it's available a no cost. (read more)
Nov 5 2010
In this third and final article, I'll discuss some minor challenges we overcame during the installation and implementation of using projection during our worship services. It would be nice to believe that after all the time spent in paving the way and in preparation, we'd be almost finished, which is partially true. The real gut-wrencing part is yet to come. (read more)
Recent Tech Downloads
Various resources used at HHBC or on this website.
Apr 19 2018
A PowerPoint (XP-2010) add-in to automate several tasks needed for presentations, particularly those with lots of pictures.. Includes features to easily add one or more pictures or an entire folder as full size slides, also can randomize all slides in a presentation and to export/import slide timings (which can be edited outside of PowerPoint as a csv file) Accessible source code in ppt & pptm formats is included.
At HHBC we display slides in the 16:10 widescreen format, so this add-in makes it easy to create slides from folders of pictures with the slide size. The "Photo Album" feature of PowerPoint builds standard format (4:3) slides which requires lots of interaction to adjust the picture size.
Apr 19 2018
This small utility uses MediaShout and PowerPoint to convert MS cues in to PPT slides.
This version (1.1) is updated to work with MediaShout v4+ and PowerPoint 2007/2010. The original script can be found at www.rayonics.com
This is a compiled AutoIt script
Apr 19 2018
Simple gadget to monitor Hughes.net Hn7000S modem. Displays status, bandwidth remaining, signal level, time to full, and when undocked displays SW ver, SAN, Serial #, Site ID, & NAT IP, Flyout explains status and allows easy modem reset. Colorful icons quickly show bandwidth and signal status.
- v0.6 changes name to FAPGuard 7000 to differentiate from gadget for HN9000. Cleans up formatting of help screen.
- v0.5 corrects display when FAP'd
- v0.4 cleans up display w/ Vista sidebar and corrects some display formatting errors.
- v0.3 adds modem status and link to open modem page.
- v0.2 changes level for "orange" status, also prevents wrapping when Full