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Faces Hiding Behind a Virtual Facade

Technology is often praised for its ability to connect people. And in many ways this is true; we now have the ability to connect to people across the world including family, friends, and even strangers. 588 more words

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Public Worship

from Brian Croft

Modern technology provides many benefits. Information can be exchanged at an unprecedented rate. The level of productivity can be astounding. Face-to-face conversations can be had with people halfway around the world. 85 more words

Bible

Trusting People

Every relationship in the world is based on trust. It does not have to be a personal relationship. All the professional relationships are based on trust too. 486 more words

People

Day 7: The Eye Contact Experiment

Dear Friends,

Much of our winter retreat has been focused on internal practices, seeking the root of compassion in our own hearts. It is so important to connect to our inner source of wisdom & strength, and to know by our own investigation that the wellspring of loving kindness and compassion is infinite, limitless, boundless.  531 more words

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What lessons can marketers learn from the highest-paid YouTube Stars of 2016?

It used to be the case that celebrities gained fame through performances on the silver screen or the small screen. With the meteoric rise of YouTube since its inception in 2005, the platform represents a new forum that’s making stars out of people who have the right combination of charisma and talent. 485 more words

Your Audience Your Experience

Why social media can be a lifeline for many people on the Asperger's / autism spectrum

Yep, I’m That Person.  You know…the one walking around with her eyes glued to her mobile phone.  The one who barely realizes that the rest of the world exists… 1,412 more words

ActuallyAutistic

Some Writers Just Speak To You (Podcast)

A reader writes to ask whether I like Cicero more than certain other authors.  This leads to a general discussion about what draws us, almost unconsciously, to prefer some writers over others.   62 more words

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