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Sue Thomas
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My new piece at The Conversation A couple of weeks from now I will be in hospital undergoing a knee replacement. It will be the most extreme surgery I’ve ever experienced and I’m pretty scared. I’ve been told that I can expect to endure excruciating pain…
My new piece at The Conversation A couple of weeks from now I will be in hospital undergoing a knee replacement. It will be the most extreme surgery I’ve ever experienced and I’m pretty scared. I’v...
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Art, landscape and health event – Biophilia Film Channel & Drawing Inspiration 27th January 2015, 15-30 to 17-30 Lecture Theatre, Education Centre, Dorset County Hospital, Williams Ave, Dorchester, DT1 2JY, UK Entry is free but please RSVP via Eventbrite…
Art, landscape and health event - Biophilia Film Channel & Drawing Inspiration 27th January 2015, 15-30 to 17-30 Lecture Theatre, Education Centre, Dorset County Hospital, Williams Ave, Dorches...
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In May 1995 I was teaching creative writing in the English Department at Nottingham Trent University when, quite unexpectedly, I fell into the internet. That moment redirected the course of my life, and the most instrumental part of that change was the…
In May 1995 I was teaching creative writing in the English Department at Nottingham Trent University when, quite unexpectedly, I fell into the internet. That moment redirected the course of my life...
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Best wishes on surgery. Another friend also needs surgery (knees) this month. Must check on them. I saw another outdoor recreate post somewhere.
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Social network Tsū opts for green – they’re in the right spectrum for connectedness http://wp.me/s3rLuP-tsu

The new social network, Tsū, is banded with a clear and vivid green. Its hue is reminiscent of aspects of nature: the sea in winter, the stripes on certain kinds of leaves, the colour of chrysanthemums and orchids. In contrast to the dull office blue of…
The new social network, Tsū, is banded with a clear and vivid green. Its hue is reminiscent of aspects of nature: the sea in winter, the stripes on certain kinds of leaves, the colour of chrysanthe...
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@robinince has taken Technobiophilia on tour with him, but where is it now?

Google Alerts are the digital equivalent of your ears burning when someone’s talking about you. They’re not very reliable, it’s true, but when an alert does penetrate the fog of cyberspace with news that you’re part of someone else’s day it’s always worth…
Google Alerts are the digital equivalent of your ears burning when someone's talking about you. They're not very reliable, it's true, but when an alert does penetrate the fog of cyberspace with new...
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The age of the wearable is fast upon us, and many of the new products we’re going to see in the next 12 months will be all about health and happiness. The New York Times recently predicted that soon some wearables will seamlessly blend in by looking like…
The age of the wearable is fast upon us, and many of the new products we're going to see in the next 12 months will be all about health and happiness. The New York Times recently predicted that soo...
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I’m honoured to be invited to speak in the Fostering Connections with Nature webinar series organised by The Biophilic Cities Project. The project conducts research and policy work on biophilic cities, both domestically and internationally, by Professor…
I'm honoured to be invited to speak in the Fostering Connections with Nature webinar series organised by The Biophilic Cities Project. The project conducts research and policy work on biophilic cit...
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How good are you at caring for your houseplants? Come to that, how good are you at caring for yourself? Symbio, a new app still currently in development, will connect your well-being to that of your plants and ensure that all of you thrive. The story of…
How good are you at caring for your houseplants? Come to that, how good are you at caring for yourself? Symbio, a new app still currently in development, will connect your well-being to that of you...
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Looking over the landscape I could see an old tree standing frozen and seemingly dead, its branches coated with icy rime. Around it, mossy grass and small rocks lay beneath a coating of snow and in the distance glistening waterfalls tumbled down the sides…
Looking over the landscape I could see an old tree standing frozen and seemingly dead, its branches coated with icy rime. Around it, mossy grass and small rocks lay beneath a coating of snow and in...
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Yosemite = Technobiophilia

According to writer and environmentalist Wallace Stegner, wilderness is both ‘an opportunity and an idea’.[1] With the release of OS X 10.10 Yosemite, Apple adopts one of the most famous wilderness areas in the United States, the gloriously wild Yosemite…
According to writer and environmentalist Wallace Stegner, wilderness is both ‘an opportunity and an idea’.[1] With the release of OS X 10.10 Yosemite, Apple adopts one of the most famous wilderness...
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Thank you! They're good at branding to be sure, the biggest stroke of genius being the "I-mac" "I-everything" which has also morphed into "me-" etc. We're back in the culture of narcissism!
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I’ve been hoping that someone would come up with a technobiophilia app or, even better, a wearable. Something to enhance our digital lives by connecting us to nature, or sharpen the pleasure of the outdoors by connecting us to the internet. Something that…
I've been hoping that someone would come up with a technobiophilia app or, even better, a wearable. Something to enhance our digital lives by connecting us to nature, or sharpen the pleasure of the...
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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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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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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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