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Richard E. Cytowic
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Writer, Talker, Thinker. Plucked synesthesia from oblivion.
Writer, Talker, Thinker. Plucked synesthesia from oblivion.

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What we have lost in first-person, hands-on experience as the digital world continues to consume us.

http://www.nyjournalofbooks.com/book-review/revenge-analog

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How we respond to robots says more about us than it does about them. Love and all emotion always comes from within and travels outward to its target.

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Even a city park or a fountain plaza can become a momentary sanctuary from modern worries and a daily life dominated by screens that strain the eyes and sap our energy. Visual strain is a serious problem.

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What she describes is the end of childhood as we know it. Some kindergarteners are allowed no time for free play. Yet 3 year-olds can make discoveries for themselves if given the mental space to do so and freed from typical classroom clutter and overs-cheduled activities.

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What she describes is the end of childhood as we know it. Some kindergarteners are allowed no time for free play. Yet 3 year-olds can make discoveries for themselves if given the mental space to do so and freed from typical classroom clutter and overs-cheduled activities.

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Re: Emotional Intelligence. This is being picked up by outlets increasingly. I was curious: Why do so many people viscerally loathe Ted Cruz?

Yet on my to-do list is to interview Google's Eric Schmidt and Facebook's Zuckerberg among other purveyors of tech gear. If any of you has contact info, pleas let me know. 

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Inattention will be the death of us. 

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Confirmation by a teacherthat overwhelming young kids ≠ enrichment. One cannot speed up learning any more than you can speed up thinking.
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