What if today's tech was available 2,000 years ago?

 This weekend is a very sacred and special time for so many of the world's faithful.In that spirit - one of the most reverent and deepest respect- I would like to throw this question out for Comments:If the technology and convergence tools of today were available 2,000 years ago, how might them have been used to spread the message of the time?

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This weekend is a very sacred and special time for so many of the world's faithful.

In that spirit - one of the most reverent and deepest respect- I would like to throw this question out for Comments:

If the technology and convergence tools of today were available 2,000 years ago, how might them have been used to spread the message of the time?

Just a few ideas- would those who so many of us note this weekend have blogged? Operated Web sites to spread their message? Perhaps even streamed? Would there have been Listservs and private discussion groups about how best to spread The Word?

If modern communications technology had been available back then, would those who traveled throughout the region used technology like cell, Wi-Fi and VoIP to verbally advise the faithful of their impending travels? 

If today's multimedia tools been present back then, how would events such as the Crucifixion and Resurrection been covered? 

Would the writings believed in and newly revealed at the time- as well as in ensuring centuries been transported to e-books? Would excerpts have been highlighted on Amazon.com-type services?

I and many others look forward to your replies. 

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