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"Is Your Technology Biased?"

Rushkoff-WashPostArticleWe thought you'd find this article recently published in the Washington Post interesting.  Is our technology biased?  Do we really understand its influence on ourselves and others? Is anything really private anymoer? One of our favorite cutting-edge thinkers, Douglas Rushkoff, weighs in in this piece by Dominic Basulto.

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Lauren Selman: Changing the Man in the Mirror

"I'm Gonna Make A Change, For Once In My Life," these are the opening lyrics to one of Michael Jackson's most critically acclaimed songs, "Man in the Mirror" released in 1988, but they are also the words that filled Royce Hall at UCLA last week during the closing performance at "A Global Call to Conscious Evolution: Our Moment of Choice." The audience, of over 1,500 people, stood up and clapped as Siedah Garrett, co-writer of Man In the Mirror, sang her heart out.


New Instant Access MP3 Format Lectures from Marianne Williamson

  Spiritualityandtheoilspill_copy_mediumWe are pleased to announce that five more titles from the Marianne Williamson Lecture Series recorded live in Los Angeles are now available.  These include a fantastic talk given on June 1 titled "Spirituality & the Oil Spill" in which Marianne talks about our country's addiction to oil and applies the tenets of the 12-Step Program to this troubling situation.  This unique view of the disaster is enlightening and heart-breaking, yet hopeful in offering us a roadmap of what we as Americans and individuals need to do to heal from this catastrophe and how we can better relate to each other and the rest of the world.

New Lectures from Marianne Williamson with Free Previews:

Spirituality and the Oil Spill 

Life is a Choice 

Pure Potentiality