Quite often, we have a hard time making good decisions today when the consequences of poor ones don’t appear for a long time. Today, I wrote a post over at Church Production Magazine that talks about how that applies to us as church tech people.

The other day I was listening to one of my favorite podcasts, This Week in Tech, with Leo Laporte. One of his guests was Cory Doctorow, a writer, journalist and blogger. Several times during the show, Cory made reference to the problem people have making good decisions now when the consequences don’t appear for a long time. Take smoking; people smoke today because they won’t get cancer tomorrow—it may be 10, 20 or 40 years from now.

Read the rest of the post on my CPM blog