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That was then; This is now – travelling for 30(ish) years

On my latest trip overseas, I noted the way travel has changed. Earlier this year I read James Gleik’s The Information. Gleik explores the birth of the information age and the impact of technology (from the alphabet, dictionaries, user generated content and information theory) on the way we live. 1,912 more words


The Balance of Male and Female Energy

By Tony Fahkry

A Whole Mind Approach

In a recent discussion with a health professional, I was curious why a growing number of people seem to rationalise their health concerns via logic alone. 1,303 more words


Invasions of Privacy

Welcome to the too much information age.

The Internet, the World Wide Web, the digital highway – they are all wonderful innovations that ushered us into the 21st Century with more access to more information at our fingertips than ever before during our brief history on planet earth. 440 more words

The Follower Effect

The technological advancements we have seen over the past few decades have not only revolutionized the manner in which we communicate but have also been largely influential on our thought processes as well. 486 more words

Are We Developing Information Indigestion?

Isn’t the internet wonderful?  Instant access to unlimited knowledge and entertainment.  It really makes me wonder what our ancestors did.  How did they remember their friends’ birthdays?  215 more words

Power Research with Google

We’ve often been told that there is a wealth of information at our fingertips through the internet.  This is true.  However, the average user has trouble finding the needed information because he or she doesn’t understand how Google works and how to use it to it’s fullest potential. 160 more words


Google Knows Best (The Dangers of Pseudoscience)

The “information age” or the “digital age” are terms frequently used to describe the times we live in. It is the only type of world that much of the human population knows, because many of us were born in it and have never known life to be any other way. 687 more words