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Happy grandpa, trying to keep up with the digital future. Most of my work has been in the hospitality industry. Interested in digital culture, the Global Village(s), curation, collaboration and crowdsourcing efforts for good ideas to solve the issues confronting the planet. Also like sci-fi and historical fiction and the WELL.
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As we continue to move into the digital frontiers it may be helpful to see cyberspace in terms of maps, one of which would have a pole marked Digital Athens, the other marked Digital Sparta. We live between the poles … Continue reading
While we are still learning the vocabulary that describes the digital spaces that occupy so much of our time, add ‘new aesthetic‘ and ‘hybrid reality‘ to your list, alongside augmentation, virtual, and singularity. Art has always reflected culture, so it … Continue reading
Not too many people can own homes these days, but they can have fairly inexpensive access to their digital house in cyberspace, via mobile phones, tablets, laptops, etc. And then begins the work of keeping up with the Jones’. It’s … Continue reading
Just in time for Passover/Easter/New moon festivals/Space Cowboys/Evolvers/ and people who generally like a 3 day weekend…..So what’s up with Cyberspace, the Net, the Web, Digital Domains, et al???? As a budding old theologian, mystic, and short-haired Yippie I can’t … Continue reading