Monthly Archives: January 2020

Inside your speeding drone

A first person view screen puts you inside your speeding drone. Could we get inside Grandpa? Can we put enough of ourselves into an artifact our 11th generation grandchild could use to meet us? :- Doug.

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Think-ware

After dictation software comes think-ware. :- Doug.

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What for yours?

I want my grandchildren to be more whole, more complete human beings than I. I want them to see farther, to love more deeply and effectively. What do you want for yours? :- Doug.

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Use organic

Use organic words, phrases, and metaphors Be subtle while you surprise The grandchildren :- Doug.

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Why is thinking any criterion?

Would good questions carry us to unplowed ground, to unfamiliar woods and streams? What would be their comfort level? Would they require us to think? Why is thinking any criterion? :- Doug.

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Recognizing better questions

If we are to ask better questions, what is better? How will we recognize them? :- Doug.

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What we want, or they?

The messages for the generations we came up with in the course were largely one dimensional: they did not present a dilemma, two choices of equal power. Ought they? Should there be something that teases the reader/hearer to go either … Continue reading

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11 G granddaughter

Create a story for your 11th generation granddaughter. :- Doug.

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More like us

Assume that the people in the 11th generation are more like us than unlike. :- Doug.

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Getting better pictures

We have been developing our farsight as we have gone along, increasing it, sharpening it, honing it, getting better pictures. :- Doug.

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Tug might be felt

We may never control the other end of the cord, yet our tug might be felt a good way along. :- Doug.

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Touch the cord

Touch the cord far along as you can keep it taut so they’ll know you are here :- Doug.

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Unfolding farsight

We’ve been unfolding our farsight. :- Doug.

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Just because it’s impossible

Just because it’s impossible is no reason to not attempt. Movement is movement, shift is shift. :- Doug.

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Qualities to increase?

What does it mean to be human? What are the qualities to increase? :- Doug.

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Visiting familial ties

Could we some day track visits to Websites—attract them too—based on familial ties? :- Doug.

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Beyond material

What could be good about humanity moving beyond the physical and material? :- Doug.

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