If the early church had computers and the internet do you think Acts 2:42-47 might have said (complete with hyperlinks),
The Fellowship of the iBelievers
The devoted themselves to the apostles’ blogs, to Christian chat rooms, to the breaking of bread, and to email chain prayers…All the iBelievers were very distant and had a few things in common. Using Paypal they gave to those accepting donations. Every day they continued to type to each other in separate homes. They broke bread by themselves with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all those who linked to them and added them to their blogrolls. And the stat counters showed them daily how many people were added to their web traffic.
Does the internet count as fellowship?