Monthly Archives: January 2020
That smile in an Indianapolis food court twenty or more years ago yet warms and startles she happy feeding him he herky-jerky in a tall electric wheelchair thanking loving enlivening with his eyes smiling :- Doug.
My to do list keeps me going helps me distinguish my morning wakings so my culture says Yet culture is the commons we all create mostly unconsciously acquiescing Might I become more alive in this day of chance meeting? :- … Continue reading
I am convinced that the “cloud” “wants” to store everything, and for ever. I am convinced we need to use the tools we have, even if they seem inadequate to the task. I am convinced we will use better tools … Continue reading
I’m not demented—I’m augmented! :- Doug.
As humanity grows together who might develop? :- Doug.
The next generations are headed to be more interwoven than our rugged individualist generations. :- Doug.
How can we become more sensitive to future generations? :- Doug.
Get your message into the cloud. It’s beginning to look like whatever is there might be there for a long time. :- Doug.
Futures don’t often come upon us faster than some of us can handle. :- Doug.
Our quest: seeking humanicity. :- Doug.
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.
After dictation software comes think-ware. :- Doug.
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.
Use organic words, phrases, and metaphors Be subtle while you surprise The grandchildren :- Doug.
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.
If we are to ask better questions, what is better? How will we recognize them? :- Doug.