Like this, tweet this or maybe just read this! 12 July, 2013 – Ukarumpa, Papua New Guinea – Written by Tim Scott Facebook, Tweeter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, blogs, hashtags, e-Books, vBlogs, Wiki, Tumblr, widgets, RSS, B2B, LOL and BRB . . . No, this is not an example of one of the remaining 300 languages in PNG where no language development work has occurred. But these terms are important to The PNG Experience as it utilises social media applications. The PNG Experience is a multiplatform approach, committed to communicating the good news about the language development and Bible translation effort in Papua New Guinea. The PNG Experience was developed because language development and Bible translation organisations in PNG do not want to see another generation go by without people having an opportunity to read in their own language. In order to see this goal realised, it became apparent that more workers would need to get involved and that many people did not know of the significant effort that was already taking place. One of the exciting places this is being shared is "The PNG Experience" blog. It is filled with stories, pictures and links to videos that enable you to have a front row seat to witness what is happening in PNG. This good news is updated almost daily, providing you with a glimpse of the great things that are occurring in Papua New Guinea. Think of it as a great pick-me-up for your day, almost better than coffee! How do you take advantage of this? Glad you asked! For the blog, go to thepngexperience.wordpress.com and read the latest update. If you like it, sign up and follow the good news! If you want to see videos go to youtube.com/thepngexperience. Or how about receiving these updates through email? Go to bit.ly/Subscribe-PNGexperience. Following on Twitter is as easy as going to twitter.com/PNGexp and you can always like us on Facebook by logging into Facebook and searching for “The PNG Experience” or go directly to bit.ly/PNGexperience. All of these tools are designed to help communicate the amazing stories of what is happening in PNG. Help us get the word out! Our Kodiak Aeroplane in a Digicel Phone Advertisement.
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