There are times for all of us that events occur and we recognize them and put them together because of the relationships or context. I don’t normally blog about these situations for me personally because I feel that it is difficult to accurately and effectively convey the events in meaningful way. In other words I normally write about subject areas that I believe are meaningful for not just me but you. The reason I do this is because when I am reading something I always find myself either aligning to it in some way or not. If I am aligning myself to it, I am seeking the utility of it. What does it mean to me? How can I use this? How will this help me or my friends, family or coworkers?
This year I have been reading a lot about how our minds work. I have some great thinking friends who share my passion for understanding our humanity and how this understanding relates to our day to day personal interactions. The reason I am writing this here and now is because I plan on sharing some of these concepts on this blog. Since I write mostly about technology concepts and I keep my writing fairly generic with the intent of some utility I am letting you know that I resultant writing may vary at this point.
If for some reason any of the areas or ideas that I post offend or strike a chord please understand ahead of time that my intent is not to be confrontational but thought provoking.
I am currently reading a document that intertwines religious concepts and ideas in relation to how the mind works (thanks Dave). I will be writing about this very soon. In the meantime I am posting something that was introduced to me the other day called The Cluetrain Manifesto . I am still in the middle of trying to sort it all out but I think it applies to the ideas and concepts of human to human connectivity and the relationship with technology. As the person who shared this with me instructed, I will pass on the same information. He said ” Read the wiki first, then read the manifesto.” With that I am including the manifesto.
The Cluetrain Manifesto Feedback is welcome.