Tag Archives: analog self

Now That You’re Gone, We Love You

Why the Future is a Great Time To Be Dead The dead are living pretty exciting lives these days. More exciting than many of us who are still breathing. If you went to the mega-music festival called Bonnaroo in 2012, … Continue reading

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One Thing You Have Forgotten Since You Were A Student

The human brain has been clocked processing less than 60 bits of information per second. This means humans deal with information about as fast as early teletype machines of decades ago. Humans can only listen to one song at a … Continue reading

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Three Cups of Sham. The Twitter Syndrome?

Greg Mortenson’s book “Three Cups of Tea” has recently come under fire for distorting facts. The supposed memoir is about Mortenson’s journey through Afghanistan, from near death, being nursed back to life by villagers, his alleged kidnapping by the Taliban, … Continue reading

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Twitter Kills Another

People are living with increased dichotomy and split personalities. It is now apparent that most humans participating in the modern world have both an analog life and a digital one as well. One, we live by the clock, in our … Continue reading

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