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  • http://www.nurture.biz jean russell

    Goddess you amaze me Stacey. Thank you for being so very real. At different times in my life, I have felt very disconnected from my body. Rather disturbing, it is. One of the things I loved about some of the online communities I have been in, especially 5 years ago or so, was that I wasn’t a body there – I wasn’t nearly 6 feet tall and really I was hardly female or gendered at all. However, now, there is something so very real about connecting with people face to face. To be embodied. To be present to someone else, who is also embodied. We do seem more human that way. More vulnerable and more compassionate.

    I look forward to seeing you, in the flesh, at sxsw. I will drink to “retaining humanity in a very geeked out world.”

  • Matthias Th.

    Many of us believed that endless connectivity and real-time interaction will open incredible new opportunities. We forgot our friends, our kids , our passion and our bodies. We created many virtual identities, lived with them exciting adventures, but almost forgot the warm body sitting in front of the keyboard. We are discovering that almost every piece of our knowledge and interaction with others can be digitized. We smoked too much of this digital stuff. Now, it’s time to come back and discover our bodies, our health and the beauty of just thinking – without a tweet, without a buzz

  • http://c21org.typepad.com Victoria G. Axelrod

    I found your post via tweet from Valdis Krebs. “What a gift it is to be incarnate.” Wonderful. Reminds me of the early scene in Avatar where the hero enjoys his new found legs, runs, wiggles his toes in the soil and explodes with happiness for what he has regained.
    We do live in a “flat land” online world the way our digital technology exists today, however there is promise that integrated technology will enable our humanity to be more than we are. Have just started reading We Are Not a Gadget. Reminds me of Bill Joy’s piece Why the Future Doesn’t Need Us. Always good to keep us grounded.
    The PBS interview with Jaron Lanier, Esther Dyson and Paul Saffo makes a nice context for perspective for Lanier’s book.
    Victoria Axelrod

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