Digital Story of Christmas

We all live in the world of technology. Every second millions of people update their status, chat with their friends, send emails, watch videos, read wiki, buy gadgets and google what they are looking for.

Mary and Joseph communicated without using computers, internet and social networks. But without any of these present technologies, they stayed connected and announced the Birth of Jesus.

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What might it look like if Jesus was born today?

If Jesus was born today it would have looked like using social media, web and mobile to tell the story of nativity.

The Couples Mary and Joseph would have used

  • Facebook to stay connected as well as create the birth of Jesus event and upload the pictures of baby.
  • Twitter to announce the birth of Jesus.
  • YouTube to upload the video of baby.
  • Wikipedia to get the word from the Holy Spirits.
  • Google Maps to find the driving directions from their hometown .
  • Gmail to message between the couples.
  • Foursquare to check-in at the stable and update their location.
  • Amazon to buy gifts for the kid.
  • Not just that they would have used iPhone and ‚ Macbook.

Videos below are an artistic take on the story of nativity if social networks were present at the time of Jesus’s birth. It highlights the truths and circumstances of our Saviour’s birth in a fresh and unique way.

The Digital Story of Nativity


Christmas story told through popular social networks and services like Twitter, Foursquare, Facebook, Gmail, Wikipedia, YouTube and Google Maps.


A Social Network Christmas


Like The Social Network movie based on Facebook, A Social Network Christmas tells the story of Christmas just through the million users site Facebook

This video proves Facebook is an alternative for all the popular web services. Mary and Joseph successfully uses only Facebook for keeping them updated with their experiences and birth of Jesus.

  • Here Google Maps gets replaced by Facebook Places.
  • FB status update instead of tweeting it.
  • Messaging on FB walls instead of emailing via Gmail.
  • Facebook event instead of Foursquare location update.


Digital Christmas – Nativity 2.0

This is also a digital story but actually a roleplay of Mary and Joseph born in the modern world who uses social networking sites, iPhone, Macbook and owns a car.

A Haiti organisation made this play with the mission to support the survivors of the Haiti earthquake.


Even though time changes, feelings remain the same. They still communicated without any email and social networks. People today cannot live without social networks and it has become a major part of their life.

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Geekchart knows the Social networks you love : social media tool

There isn’t a geek who doesn’t use the social media sites to stay social as well as to live updated. Mostly every geek have an account on the social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Digg or Delicious. Some are very addicted to Twitter, some loves Facebook, while some others hates wasting time on these social sites instead concentrate on blogging, that’s what a professional blogger do. But have you ever checked your activity on these sites? Bringing your likeness data on a Pie Chart and compare these networking sites with your likes and dislikes.

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GeekChart is definitely a new service of its kind which makes it possible to compare your likeness on these social sites and embed it on your blogs and pages. Isn’t this service itself geeky? Yes it do. Geek Charts are a way to show where you share online as well as show off your presence on these social media networking real-time sites.

How Geek Chart Works?

Geek Chart service shows up your activity on these sites based on the last 30 days. If you haven’t been active during this time period, the chart won’t even actually show up. As time moves, Geek Chart accumulates all your likeness share and reflect more accurate charts which can really help you find the sites you like. It is generated completely based on your activity.

Geek Chart currently tracks Flickr, Twitter, YouTube, Delicious, Digg, Stumbleupon and your blog feed as well. Facebook is an upcoming feature of the site. We can hope they will add Facebook to their site.

How to Use GeekChart?

Go to‚ and enter your usernames on the social networking sites and press “Make My Chart”. That’s it your chart is generated. Now if you want to track your liking to these sites throughout your lifetime or want to embed on your Technology or Personal blog, sign up on the site.