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Sunday Beauty #61

Folks, let me start with a quick reading reco: there’s an interesting article in today’s Sunday newspaper supplement Parade magazine you might want to look at, Born To Be Wired — Being connected 24/7 is changing how our kids live. And it may even be altering their brains. What you need to know.

“They text (and text and text). They have hundreds of “friends” they’ve never actually met. They game for hours. How to keep your kids safe and healthy in a hyper-connected world.” Read more..

[Suitable for non-parents as well.]

Today’s Beauty:

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“Maple Orange Flower Rain” by quacktaculous, courtesy of Flickr Commons.

Today’s quote:Humor is the great thing, the saving thing. The minute it crops up, all our irritation and resentments slip away, and a sunny spirit takes their place.” ~ Mark Twain

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October 9, 2011 - Posted by | Digital Images, Internet | , ,

4 Comments »

  1. A beautiful Autumn, Thanksgiving picture…looks like Squash Blossons…yummy to eat too.

    The article you choose… Born To Be Wired … lots of controversey on the subject. We know that the brain is very vunerable…absorbs everything we put into it. The quality of “life”…as we’ve known it will certainly be challanged for those kids using the tech method to move through the world. Since it is here to stay…now what’s to be with the kids…everyone?

    Also Paul your “quote” for the day serves the subject of your article well.

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    Comment by Gaia | October 10, 2011 | Reply

    • Gaia,
      Thank you for your considerable (and reliable) support, and Happy Thanksgiving to you and all my Canadian friends!

      (Yes. Controversial. I have no idea what all the long-term consequences of our tech will be.. but I suspect, not all of them will be good.)

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      Comment by techpaul | October 10, 2011 | Reply

  2. Thanks for your information on this blog. One thing I would want to say is the fact that purchasing electronic products items on the Internet is nothing new. Actually, in the past ten years alone, the marketplace for online electronic products has grown a great deal. Today, you will discover practically just about any electronic gizmo and devices on the Internet, which include cameras along with camcorders to computer elements and video games consoles.

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    Comment by Aldo | October 17, 2011 | Reply

    • “Aldo”,
      Your English is pretty good for a Brazilian.. but you have essentially just told us the sky is blue.

      The usual method for spamming blogs to get linkbacks is to flatter the writer… something like, “You are a wonderful blogger! I am so glad I found this website! I am sending it to all my friends right now!

      Hope I helped, and good luck with your Internet “money machine”!

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      Comment by techpaul | October 17, 2011 | Reply


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