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  • Amazon shared from Viral: How Social Networking Is Poised to Ignite Revival by Leonard Sweet
    Technology has so embedded itself in our lives that it is no longer considered a separate category, but a part of everything. With that as our reality, we need to be poets more than ever before. Poetry is the art form least influenced by technology, because it is a technology of its own. It is the technology of the sacred. As long as poetry is healthy, “technicians of the sacred” can shape content and beat back the arrogance and overreach of technology.
    Note: I have to admit that I am not much into poetry.
  • Amazon shared from Viral: How Social Networking Is Poised to Ignite Revival by Leonard Sweet
    Technology has so embedded itself in our lives that it is no longer considered a separate category, but a part of everything. With that as our reality, we need to be poets more than ever before. Poetry is the art form least influenced by technology, because it is a technology of its own. It is the technology of the sacred. As long as poetry is healthy, “technicians of the sacred” can shape content and beat back the arrogance and overreach of technology.
    Note: I have to admit that I am not much into poetry.
  • Amazon shared from Viral: How Social Networking Is Poised to Ignite Revival by Leonard Sweet
    Never mind the facts. Just give me the truth. —G ROUCHO MARX
  • Amazon shared from Viral: How Social Networking Is Poised to Ignite Revival by Leonard Sweet
    Never mind the facts. Just give me the truth. —GROUCHO M
  • Amazon shared from Viral: How Social Networking Is Poised to Ignite Revival by Leonard Sweet
    Canadian author Margaret Terry posted her response to my tweet on Facebook: “The world has always hated and will continue to hate. But LOVE is bigger than the most hateful heart. I choose love. With it I can side with hurt people and not own their hurt, I can give freely without worry about being taken and at the end of the day I can fall into love’s arms no matter who hates me.”