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Things I've Learned from Podcasts - #4

Welcome to the fourth in my series of blog posts presenting my takeaways from podcasts I’ve recently enjoyed. Now that this is becoming a regular feature of the blog — and I’ve run out of ways to say “Even more things I’ve learned…” — I’ve decided to simply number the series so readers can tell at-a-glance whether they’ve already read this post or not. 854 more words


Goal Tracking; Better Than Invisible Ink.

If you can’t recognize how far you’ve come, or remember where you started, or see proof of progress, how can you feel like you’ve succeeded? 372 more words


More Old Men Complain About Millennials

Oh, Mr. Stein and Mr. Sanburn, where to begin? At least they were honest in the beginning of their piece “The New Greatest Generation… 528 more words

TIME Magazine's Joel Stein discusses the disappearance of the slow dance

Matt Bubala visits with TIME columnist Joel Stein, who talks about his latest piece on the changing nature of teenage dances, and the generation gap in dancing at weddings and formal events. 33 more words

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Joël Stein (1926-2012)

Sans titre 2001
80 cm x 80 cm

What is the Opposite of Virtual Reality?

TIME magazine last week devoted eight pages (and probably 10,000 words) to virtual reality. The concept, of course, deals with environment(s) that simulate(s) physical presence(s) in places in the real world or imagined worlds and lets the user interact in that world(s). 118 more words