Tag Archives: Marshall McLuhan

Focus On The Present

Updated October 31, 2020 We should focus on the present. We need to become more aware of our present situation and what we’re now experiencing.  This is contrary to Santayana’s dictum–“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat … Continue reading

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Internet+ Effects Irresistible

Effects of Internet+ (that is, effects of the Internet plus smartphones, Google, cloud computing, sensors, and other attendant hard- and software) are irresistible, cannot be overcome, largely because these effects are invisible to us; we’re not aware of what they’re … Continue reading

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There’s Always More

Updated April 30, 2020 Most people with food, clothing, and shelter–and usually a whole lot more–are not content with what they have. They want more.  Because there’s always more to be acquired, they’re always discontented. Here’s New York Times columnist, … Continue reading

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GEORGE’S OFFICE WALL

Updated January 26, 2021 People aren’t stupid, but many have interests different from yours. We can’t think outside the box. “The real cycle you’re working on is a cycle called yourself.” Robert Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, p. … Continue reading

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