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Don't Get Caught in the Web!

(Spoken from the spiritual dimension in 1998) by Father David

The Internet is like a magnet, and it’s got an almost hypnotic drawing power. It sucks in and draws in everything that comes close to it. 1,910 more words

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April 21st | Week in Review

¡Hola a todos! This week’s resources are diverse and I hope they are of interest to you.

– Check out how this College Student (Kaya Thomas) Created a Mobile Directory of 600 Books that Prioritize Diversity… 362 more words

World Wide Web

Even a Web Founder Worries about Today’s Connected World Climate

Can a world wide web creator be a doubter about what he helped to create?

I’ve just finished reading The Innovators by Walter Isaacson, a book that highlights the many people who helped create, step-by-step, the digital world where we now reside. 321 more words

21st Century Life

Udacity is going to help Facebook teach engineers within its Developer Circles

Facebook’s been steadily growing its Developer Circles initiative in recent months and today during its annual F8 conference the company provided an update on growth and announced a new partnership with Udacity. 172 more words

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Virtual Reality

We live in computers
and communicate
telepathically
wirelessly crossing dimensions
the deafening silence of
connections
that ain’t connected
how do you know
if I wrote this poem in my own… 192 more words

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Can podcasting save the world?

As writers resort to attention-getting headlines to maintain readership its clear that the educated, mobile, and bored reader is now turning into a listener. While written news continues to flood us from every conceivable angle there is one small, quiet voice still speaking to us from our earbuds: the podcaster speaking truth to power, bullshitting about movies, or spinning long narrative threads about dead men and their gold. 715 more words

Can podcasting save the world?

As writers resort to attention-getting headlines to maintain readership it’s clear that the educated, mobile, and bored reader is now turning into a listener. While written news continues to flood us from every conceivable angle there is one small, quiet voice still speaking to us from our earbuds: the podcaster speaking truth to power, bullshitting about movies, or spinning long narrative threads about dead men and their gold. 718 more words

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