Late last week Amazon Dot Com announced it would block its US website to Australia beginning July 1. Continue reading
In what must be a first for social media, a platform has purposefully disabled the utility of a share counter. Continue reading
Maybe next year as the luge screams down the ice in the Winter Olympics they’ll say the winner flashed by “as fast as 2017”. Aren’t these years getting quicker? Continue reading
Life has a way of filling its vessel with substance whether we’re wishing it a fair wind or setting its rigging to survive the tumble of its seas. Continue reading
One thing the news never seems to get right is the use of the allegation. Continue reading
I came across this saying today while doing some meditation:
Notice how the world around you looks and feels when the mind is unhappy or agitated and again when it is happy and calm. Our perception defines our experience.
– Headspace Inc.
Those who forget the past are bound to relive it, a saying goes. Which means in a nutshell: know your history. And this sentiment I feel, is most productive launching into a creative new year. Continue reading
People talk about “social media syndrome” where we just can’t stop checking our feeds to see if people like us and affirm who we are. Continue reading
This was too good to pass up as another perfect example of dialog and brilliantly timed acting bringing a challenging message off, much as I posted earlier with the anti-mysogyny video, “We are the Lions”. Continue reading
Well, those plans for a quiet period of reading and research as the year wound down came to an abrupt end a couple of days ago with the surprise finish to the 2016 US Presidential Election. Continue reading