October 18, 2007

"Hello World!

Welcome to the blog for my 3rd (and final) year project. My name is James Williams, and my project's name is 'IT in the contemporary Church'. 

This blog will track the progress of the project, plus notes and downloads related to it. 

To find out more about the project module, visit the CS310 webpage. My supervisor is Steve Russ.

The (current) abstract for the project is:

An investigation into the current and potential uses of IT in a church.
A suite of programs could then be created for solving problems found in the investigation, for example an aid for leading corporate singing, with key recognition and set-list generation/recommendation. 

Whatever your reason for being here, you are quite welcome. Unless maybe you're looking to hack this blog, or do something else nasty.  But otherwise, 'hello!' :-)

If you want to contact me, please do by clicking here.  Thank you and have a good day!

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