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When Steve Jobs gave his commencement speech at Stanford University, his topic was “How to Live Before You Die.” Since most of us have no idea how much time we have left on this earth, we live as if it is endless. Steve Jobs wasn’t so fortunate. His time,...
iTechnology and a better world
The world has its destiny, produced and directed by the Master of all destiny. A destiny in which Steve Jobs played a principal role.
It could no longer be avoided. Despite my techno-phobia, the time had come for me to learn a new computer program for my work. "Chana, I'll walk you through the tutorial first thing tomorrow morning," the technical director confirmed our cyber ...
Your GPS may be useful, but it's not always too smart. Your body is much the same. For the smoothest journey through life, try a sweet combination of body and mind.
I am all for teaching a lesson that leaves a lasting impression and shows the child that there are consequences for irresponsible behavior. But that lesson should be one that comes from love, and ultimately teaches the child how to love . . .
What's so special about being special, anyway? I mean, if I just listened to my GPS, life would be perfect
Two things happened this past week. One of them made national headlines, the other, for reason that aren't clear, didn't. I have a feeling, though, that the events are related.
The thought of endless hours in the evening without internet access is actually not a relaxing thought. It makes me nervous. It means I will need to be present, completely present, in my life and not my virtual life. And that is scary to me.
There will be no escape. You will be cruising at 40,000 feet and IMing your spouse, texting your secretary, and shooting off emails to your stockbroker—all while keeping track of your favorite team's score.
My head was spinning, reeling from hours of exerted concentration. We were a few hours into yet another knotty computer training session, necessary for my work here at This time it was my editor (and boss) at our headquarters in Brooklyn who w...
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