Retweeting, Regramming, Reimagining our Relationship with Technology

The architecture of how we live our lives is badly in need of renovation and repair. One of the things that makes it harder and harder to connect with ourselves — and thus our creativity, intuition, and wisdom — is our increasing dependence on technology. We are not just distracted by devices, texts, emails, constant notifications, and social media, but addicted to them. At the same time, there is collective longing to stop living in the shallows and recognize that life is actually shaped from the inside out. Reimagining our relationship with technology can have a transformational impact on our well-being, our capacity to tap into our own wisdom, and to make a difference in the lives of others, and on our ability to truly thrive.

Festival: 2015

Watch and Listen: Technology

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Author Paul Hawken shares the remarkable story of how a diverse group of researchers from around the world came... See more
As humans, we have an inherent and intense desire for connection. Social media and our always-on devices have... See more
It is no secret that leaders, at home and abroad, have a problem with journalists. Rants against news organizations and... See more
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Platforms like Twitter and Facebook set the stage for a promising digital revolution, providing tools that helped... See more

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