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Theologically there are problems on both sides. A code of practice questions an understanding of Episcopacy held by Catholics of both integrities - That Priestly sacraments have their source in the Bishops. Equally removing the traditionalists from the Diocesan system also questions the role of the Diocesan bishop. No easy path sadly.

2 years, 9 months ago on Women Bishops - The Numbers

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Interesting analysis. I was disappointed less people considered the following motion in Oxford. The arguments in favour of it were among the most theological and pastoral of the day.

2 years, 9 months ago on Women Bishops - The Numbers

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@Danny Brown we have already seen @spotify partner with Facebook which I am evaluating. But I have suspicions that @klout is looking for a closer relationship with Facebook long term as you suggest. Twitter users will probably move on the TweetLevel or other metrics.

2 years, 10 months ago on A Klout Upside the Head

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I blogged about Klout too today. http://www.future-shape-of-church.org/?e=75

The Klout score is now far more tied into Facebook, which many of us don't use professionally in the same way as Twitter or LinkedIn. Indeed for clergy Facebook is becoming a hindrance as content you create, comment on, share or have shared with you can be confused. I finally backed off from Facebook when a vulnerable congregation member's rogue app posted on my wall 'Is xxxx thinking about kissing Edward'

Today on Klout I found my dropped score eclipsed by friends who post pictures of kittens on Facebook every 10 minutes.

The shark has been jumped.

2 years, 10 months ago on A Klout Upside the Head

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Klout have just changed their scoring - now Facebook seems to have a far greater influence, making it of far less use to me as a metric of engagement. Klout has jumped the shark.

2 years, 10 months ago on Enough With The Opt-Out BS, Klout

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