Nothing can be further from the spirit of the new technology than ” a place for everything and everything in its place.” Marshal McLuhan
I have printed 2000 A4 papers in one week, and read most of what I printed.No I am not dreaming, but there was no sense of time and place! #mess #victim #academia – with Myself at Home Mohanna
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It’s important to plan to give very young children some introduction to the elementary language of machines. First, because algorithm correspond to a remarkable logical method. Second, because contact with this mysterious power often greatly strengthens motivation towards knowledge
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I am one of the luckiest and so happy to find this. I grew up playing ATARI and I can’t believe they reproduced the console with wireless remotes. Its games defined our whole generation. This is history and greatness. #ATARI
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Last night on Coast to Coast AM, guests Gregg Braden and Howard Martin talked about the connection between the earth’s magnetic field and us, positing that not only does it affect us, but we can affect it, creating fields that are chaotic or fields that are ordered and in balance. Martin particularly focused on the heart as a center of electric activity in humans that can be focused on and used to create positive energy both to our own brains and to the world at large.
There has never been any doubt in my mind that monastics of all religions and of all ages have served to keep the world from spinning out of control. But you can imagine the force they are up against when they are in such a minority against the “heartfelt” feelings of hate, greed, lust, and so on. But now we can intuitivcely understand that…
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Yanbu’ al Bahr (Arabic: ينبع البحر, Yanbuʿ al-Baḥr, “spring by the sea”), also known simply as Yanbu, Yambo or Yenbo, is a major Red Sea port in the Al Madinah province of western Saudi Arabia. It is approximately 300 kilometers northwest of Jeddah (at ). The population is 188,430 (2004 census). A large number of the residents are foreign expatriates working in the oil refineries and petrochemical industry, mostly from Asia, but there are also large numbers from the Middle East, Europe, United States, and Canada.
“I began revolution with 82 men. If I had to do it again, I do it with 10 or 15 and absolute faith. It does not matter how small you are if you have faith and plan of action.”