Selecting the Perfect University: Online Virtual Tours or Education Expos? (The University Bazaar Blog Series)

Selecting the Perfect University Does selecting a university ever get easier? I remember being overwhelmed by all the decisions to make when the process began.  Where can I find a scholarship? How far away from home do I want to go? Can I afford this university? I can afford this one, but what to do… Continue reading Selecting the Perfect University: Online Virtual Tours or Education Expos? (The University Bazaar Blog Series)

Catalyst Woman Podcast 3: Digitally Detoxed

Episode #3 of the Catalyst Woman podcast talks about different ways the 'Net is coaxing us to go...off-line. Ironic, no?  Listen in. ---------------------- Show Notes: Morning Pages: The Artist's Way| Julia Cameron Live Link: juliacameronlive.com/the-artists-way/ Top 10 Ideas List: James Altucher Link: http://www.jamesaltucher.com/2012/10/how-to…-idea-machine/ Catalyst Woman's Digital Detox: Link: thecatalystwoman.wordpress.com/2014/12/0…sruption/ Thanks for Listening! Music in the… Continue reading Catalyst Woman Podcast 3: Digitally Detoxed

The Un-Cool Disruption

Sometimes it feels like all those apps and gadgets meant to simplify one's life actually cause more distractions. Case in point, the ten to twenty Google Play app updates that pop up daily. Even if they are ticked for automatic updating, they manage to disrupt one's flow of work or a conversation. I am considering… Continue reading The Un-Cool Disruption

All these companies that start as technological companies become antitechnological in character. Whether the world changes or not might vary from company to company, but if it turns out that these antitechnology companies are going to be good investments, that’s quite bad for our society. Peter Theil to MIT Tech Review  http://www.technologyreview.com/qa/530901/technology-stalled-in-1970/