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Dear James (A)--Lent, Fasting, and Gluttony

Dear James,

I read with real pleasure of your intention to fast during this Lenten season. It seems to me more important than ever, in a disembodied and Gnostic age such as this one, that we humans strive to bring our bodies into alignment with our souls. 1,083 more words

Christianity

Microsoft Patents Real-Time Parental Monitoring Technology of Internet Usage

Microsoft was recently granted a US patent application for real-time monitoring technology of internet usage (US patent 20170055200).  The system moves beyond traditional parental internet security measures of banning certain websites or imposing time restrictions on access to websites.  125 more words

Patents

The World Wide Web of Overthinking

After finishing Nicholas Carr’s “The Shallows”, I must confess that it opened my eyes to some of the disadvantages and downsides of our frequent use of the internet. 515 more words

Carr

Slack and Wise ch 10 & 12

Chapter 10 talked about the definition of agency and the Actor-Network Theory. Agency is defined as the power and ability to do something, therefore, assumes an agent possesses that power. 670 more words

General

Energy Update ~ Incoming 6th Dimensional Ascension Waves to Peak Around Jan 14th ~ Jan. 12, 2017

By James Gilliland, 01/12/2017

I have observed some beyond realistic behavior on a grand scale unfolding on every level and if we are going to survive the days to come we are going to have to get back to basics. 729 more words

Scholars' open debate paper on the World Health Organization ICD-11 Gaming Disorder proposal

My latest publication with a group of researchers has now been published in the Journal of Behavioral Addictions. Abstract below;

Concerns about problematic gaming behaviors deserve our full attention. 242 more words

I resolve...

I don’t usually make New Year’s resolutions. Resolving to make dramatic changes with a flip of the calendar usually does nothing more than set people up for frustration and failure. 433 more words