Technology & Behavior: Benefit, Bane or Both?

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There’s no question that technology is changing our behavior. The question is this: Is that a good thing or bad thing? A benefit or a bane? Perhaps the best answer is yes. Let me illustrate. As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, I recently leased a new Subaru that comes with all sorts whiz-bang […]

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The Pope Talks Media Influence on Families

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Technology can be a great boon to communication. But it can also be an isolating influence too, something that keeps families from talking instead of enhancing their relational ties. That’s one of the significant takeaways from Pope Francis’ recent message on the 49th World Communications Day. I’m not Catholic, but I appreciated the Pope’s recognition […]

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ClearPlay Streaming: The Reason My Film Editing Days Are Over

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When my kids were growing up, my wife and I were not only intentional about what movies they watched, I found myself going to some bizarre extremes to follow through on that intentionality. For instance, my daughter asked about seeing the movie Titanic when she was in middle school. With its nudity and two sex […]

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When Your TV Watches You

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One of the most famous scenes in Stanley Kubrick’s seminal 1968 sci-fi masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey involves astronaut Dave Bowman’s attempt to convince an increasingly paranoid computer named HAL 9000 to open up the mothership’s docking bay so Dave can land a smaller craft inside. Here’s a snippet of the increasingly tense exchange between them: […]

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