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  1. #175: Systemizing Your Work and Life

    Are you an entrepreneur or a manager, and you feel like every day at work you’re just putting out fires? Or in your personal life, you go home and it’s just crisis after crisis that needs fixing. And so you try to manage this trouble-shooting by getting more efficient at putting out those fires. What if the real answer though is not greater efficiency, but instead a way of looking at your life as a series of systems? That’s what today’s guest, Sam Carpenter, argues. On the show we talk about his book, Work the System, and how everyone can benefit from systemizing their work and life.

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  2. Reaching the Omega Point — The Trajectory of an Open Universe

    Dr. Keith Ward, Regius Professor of Divinity Emeritus at the University of Oxford, Fellow of the British Academy speaks on "Reaching the Omega Point—the Trajectory of an Open Universe."

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    Tagged with education

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  3. Lincoln Cannon on Singularity 1 on 1: Are Science and Religion Mutually Exclusive or Complementary?

    singularityweblog.com/singularity-1-on-1-science-and-religion-exclusive-or-complimentary/ Lincoln Cannon is not only a software engineer with degrees in philosophy and business but also the president of the Mormon Transhumanist Association. In my first interview with him we talked about the compatibility between Mormonism and Transhumanism. In this special edition of Singularity 1 on 1 we debate whether science and religion are mutually exclusive – as I believe, or complementary – as Cannon argues that they are. So, check out our friendly discussion and judge for yourself but don’t shy to let me know what you think.

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  4. Episode 053: The Mortal God – Materialism and Christology

    If you hold a materialist view of human nature, can you still hold an orthodox view of Jesus as God incarnate?

    http://www.rightreason.org/2014/episode-053-the-mortal-god-materialism-and-christology/

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  5. NT Wright

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  6. Archives for Ben Dempsey

    Huffduffed from http://www.dempseycoaching.com/category/dtpcast/?inf_contact_key=d10f76f41227d0fb44e797055622a0ca9b5ccf95aedbef83cfcad8caf209e961

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  7. The chemicals of happiness

    via Emily

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  8. Pace Ellsworth on Transhumanism and Voluntaryism

    Huffduffed from http://www.everything-voluntary.com/2014/06/episode-027-freedom-technology-and.html

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  9. Oh God, It’s Full of Stars

    The relationship between digital and physical products is larger than if it exists on a hard drive or a shelf. It’s the tension between access and ownership, searching and finding, sharing and collecting. It’s a dance between the visible and the invisible, and what happens when we’re forced to remember versus when we are allowed to forget. How does this affect us—not just as makers, but as consumers of these products? Does collecting things matter if we don’t revisit them? We may download, bookmark, tag, organize, and star, but what then?

    A digital Zen master would say that if everything is starred, nothing is. We’ve optimized the system for getting things in, but how do we get something good out? How can we make meaningful connections between all of this stuff, and make constellations out of all these stars?

    http://2011.dconstruct.org/conference/frank-chimero

    Frank Chimero is a graphic designer and illustrator. He makes pictures about words and words about pictures. His fascination with the creative process, curiosity, and visual experience informs all of his work. Each piece is part of an exploration in finding wit, surprise, and joy in the world around us, then, trying to document those things with all deliberate speed.

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