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Sue Thomas
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Let’s all get some BarkPoints! There’s something deeply enjoyable about working online – you feel connected to other people, to your machine, to the vastness of the internet. Don’t know about you, but I can get a real buzz from just sitting at my desk for…
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“Tree climbing is a curious form of travel. Ascending, we cross the divide between two worlds, and the people passing beneath us become as separate as fish in an aquarium. Discovering a trunk with a clear path to the crown is enticing as finding a ladder…
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Stressed out by a fast-paced daily life and binge-watching the latest hit TV shows? Norway may have the answer with its latest slow TV instalment: watching the ebb and flow of the sea, for 12 hours, without interruption. Since 2009, the Norwegian public…
Stressed out by a fast-paced daily life and binge-watching the latest hit TV shows? Norway may have the answer
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It’s the middle of the night in the San Andreas mountains and a deer is wandering through the undergrowth. The crickets are really loud, sometimes an owl hoots,  and traffic can be heard in the distance beyond the regular clip-clop of hooves. The animal…
Technobiophilia: Discover ideas, apps, books and devices for nature and wellbeing in the digital age
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http://inhabitat.com/become-a-forest-creature-in-this-mind-altering-virtual-reality-experience/ According to Inhabitat: If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be a dragonfly flitting through the forest canopy, this virtual reality installation by…
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Read the May Newsletter This month I’m thinking about trees, seas, and technature balance. Trees In February, I spent some time working on the question of technature balance and how I might explain it. The philosophy behind it comes from research for my…
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Time to connect with nature Spring is in the air here in the Northern Hemisphere and the sap is starting to rise.  If you’re feeling the urge to get outdoors, to move your wintry limbs, or just dig your fingers in the soil and start growing something,…
Spring is in the air here in the Northern Hemisphere and the sap is starting to rise. If you're feeling the urge to get outdoors....
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Not so long ago, many of us worried about ‘worklife balance’. At its simplest, it meant making sure you divided your time sensibly between hours of work and hours of, well, everything else. Today, we worry more about finding a balance between the time we…
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Unseen City: The Majesty of Pigeons, the Discreet Charm of Snails & Other Wonders of the Urban Wilderness by Nathanael Johnson, 2016 It all started with Nathanael Johnson’s decision to teach his daughter the name of every tree they passed on their walk to…
It all started with Nathanael Johnson’s decision to teach his daughter the name of every tree they passed on their walk to daycare in San Francisco.
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Do you love nature but can’t stand all the sentimental stuff? Then check out prescription strength nature at Nature Rx. This film is already a year old, but absolutely worth another watch! One lost man, longing for the apocalypse and crippled by modern…
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Read April Newsletter I’m writing the first Technobiophilia Newsletter in unusual circumstances. In March 2015, my left knee was replaced with a titanium prosthetic, and two weeks ago I had the same operation in my right knee. Last time the surgery was a…
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    Visiting Fellow, Media School, 2013 - present
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I love my wired life but I have questions: Where are we headed? How do cyberspace and nature fit together? What should we be doing to make our digital lives integrated, healthy, and mindful?
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Bournemouth, Dorset
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Lubenham, Leicestershire - Leicester, UK - Nottingham, UK - Santa Barbara, California - West Barnstable, Massachusetts - Corby, Northamptonshire - Epsom, Surrey - Cullercoats, Northumbria - Whitley Bay, Northumbria - Syston, Leicestershire
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The Future Envisioned at Museum of Science Fiction (Op-Ed)
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Your AI tour guide awaits you at the new Museum of Science Fiction.

Audible alert - Google Groups
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Google Groups. Audible alert. (unknown), 10-Oct-2013 05:00. Posted in group: Suggest a Labs feature. Need an audible alert to notify when em

Technobiophilia
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books.google.co.uk - Why are there so many nature metaphors - clouds, rivers, streams, viruses, and bugs - in the language of the internet?

Dan Lepard's double chocolate Victoria sandwich recipe
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Our baker's favourite chocolate recipe ... for now

YouTube - Transliteracy lecture by Sue Thomas
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