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Theology of Cyberspace — Is Cyberspace ethically and morally neutral or a space for sacred action?

…..So what’s up with Cyberspace, the Net, the Web, Digital Domains, et al???? As a budding old theologian, mystic, and short-haired Yippie [guess we’re calling them Zippies now]. I can’t resist throwing a boulder into the vasty deep of Cyberspace. … Continue reading

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Heart to Heart: A Valentine from the WEB

As we are body, mind and soul it is fascinating to watch the NET evolve to interact with us in the same fashion. Primarily I see and use technology as a servant. What can it do for me? How can … Continue reading

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DIGITAL ACTIVISM – MY PEBBLE IN THE POND

As I sit home and ponder the week ahead – what to do with the grandkids, how to improve my golf game, what kind of furniture to buy for my new digs -there is a world of hurt outside my … Continue reading

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SIGNAL TO NOISE: Beyond Search

Recently I got a new pair of trifocals. The optometrist made a strong correction for the astigmatism I have in my right eye. By the end of the first day of wearing them I noticed that the lens for long … Continue reading

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Wired In – Wireless Out

  So now you have all the tools and tricks to travel the digital highways: A blog, accounts with Twitter, LinkedIn,Quora, Facebook and humorous others, RSS feeds, Creative Commons licences, Google Chrome loaded with every feature, Firefox for backup, mindmaps, … Continue reading

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Reflections on the year — Thoughts for the next

This is my first year back on the Web after a 5 year break. No, I’m not a Luddite; I did check my e-mail and Google News from time to time from a public computer. Having been intensely involved (addicted?) … Continue reading

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7 Tabs to Rule Them All

In the olden days (1993), when I first started on the Web, it was all fairly simple. I signed into AOL and kind of went from there; used Netscape to browse and a few sites and articles from PCMag, etc. … Continue reading

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