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What Is Your Personal Culture?

One view of the reduction to practice, or to application. In the fall of 1968 I entered ninth grade. I was, up to ninth grade, a lackadaisical student. What was at the time termed social studies, and english, were my … Continue reading

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Object Lesson in Public Lunacy

One of the interesting features of our contemporary media culture is that groups of (what may be called) very serious people are convened to publicize their willful and shameless individual effort to pretend absolutely no one in the audience can … Continue reading

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The Library Is Open

featuring 24,014,408 books (including 1,251,822 with full-text) [as of April 27, 2010] One web page for every book ever published. It’s a lofty, but achievable, goal. To build it, we need hundreds of millions of book records, a wiki interface, … Continue reading

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TRANSFORMATIVE LEARNING IN THE LIBRARY

I’m presenting an ambitious series at The Lakewood Public Library, EXPERIENCE & THE LIBRARY Personal Development & Transformative Learning in the Library Part 1 Sat 3/4@3pm TRANSFORMATIONAL BEING AND EXPERIENCE Part 2 Sat 3/25@3pm DYNAMIC PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT Part 3 Sat … Continue reading

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MAKING REASONS FOR THE THINGS TO HAPPEN TO

Whereas my evil twin the philosopher likes it complex and confusing, his counterpart, well, she comes from the Keep It Simple Stupid school of spiritual development. The following article reminds me of letting loose students in a bookstore, or library, … Continue reading

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