Amazing story about what a tattoo could mean for a breast cancer survivor. A Tattoo That Completes a New Breast.
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Fear isn’t only a function of risk; it’s a function of isolation. We live in a society almost perfectly suited for contagions of hysteria and overreaction. In the first place, we’re living in a segmented society. Over the past few decades we’ve seen a pervasive increase in the gaps between different social classes. People are … Continue reading Ebola and our society
This is everything I own: A MacBook Pro, an iPad, an unlocked iPhone, seven shirts, two pairs of jeans, two jackets, one coat, one sweater, two pairs of shoes, a suitcase, a backpack, some gym shorts, bathroom stuff, socks and underwear. That’s it. Recommended reading
Nonessentialists tend to be so preoccupied with past successes and failures, as well as future challenges and opportunities, that they miss the present moment. They become distracted. Unfocused. They aren’t really there. The way of the Essentialist is to tune into the present. To experience life in kairos, not just chronos. To focus on the … Continue reading To experience life in kairos, not just chronos
I am in. I received an invitation to use Ello and I like it. I am going to use it for a while to see if the social network fever will catch me again. What is it? A basic social network without advertising. Not bad, right? I will have a few invitations to give. Leave … Continue reading Ello, the social network not exploiting You
Starting from today I have not any major customer to work for. What to do now? I decided to take a break, look at my last 12 months and plan the next ones. Planning will involve what is important to me, not only my professional life. I have plenty of books to read, movies to … Continue reading New quarter, new month, new life
Yesterday I watched Her. What a movie! So deep about the world of technology and relationships as sad. A movie so well done, it deserves all the awards it got. Go and watch it!
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Always moving, always traveling but it is not always fun. Great video