Archive for the ‘links and other good stuff’ Category

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FRONTLINE: digital nation: watch the full program | PBS

February 6, 2010

This is a full 90 minute program about our “distracted nation”. Really worth the time to watch and check some of the articles and submissions….

FRONTLINE: digital nation: watch the full program | PBS.

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Meditation Techniques – for Beginners @ ABC-of-Meditation

February 5, 2010

Here’s a great overview of meditation techniques…I don’t think there’s a “right ” way.

When I was first exposed to vipasana techniques….which starts with a 3 day meditation, I felt a bit like a wanna be, but it’s all good. I am a beginner though I’ve been doing it for years…..

I still want to experience the deeper forms like vipasana one day….can ‘t help but think about “eat pray love”….

Meditation Techniques – for Beginners @ ABC-of-Meditation.

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Vipassana Meditation Website

January 31, 2010

Vipassana Meditation Website.

This is really serious stuff….way  beyond anything i’ve done, but I'[m watching the videos trying to get a grip. I was referred to this site by John Miles
Chief of What’s Next i n t e g r i t i v e, inc.
a TEDster I met through the TED social network.

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Warning, Your Cell Phone May Be Hazerdous To Your Health: Gear + Gadgets: GQ

January 27, 2010

Warning, Your Cell Phone May Be Hazerdous To Your Health: Gear + Gadgets: GQ. as if we didn’t know…all the more reason to take a break!

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Book Review: You Are Not a Gadget – WSJ.com

January 14, 2010

great article in the wsj yesterday worth looking at! it’s more social network oriented, but this is one of the original pioneers (Jaron Lanier) or virtual worlds. One of concerns is about the loss of individuality, but he worries that the power of google and others smacks of a big brotherish future….

Book Review: You Are Not a Gadget – WSJ.com.

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Links and stuff

January 13, 2010

http://radar.oreilly.com/2010/01/dean-kamens-2010-homework.html
fabulous article by my friend the brilliant Linda Stone. And, if you like that….

That was in “answer” to the question posed here http://www.edge.org/ this year: “How has the internet Changed Your Life”