We should, at least, have a few moments of doubt faced with each person; maybe that human being holds a tragedy, or maybe (s)he lives a miracle, inconsistent with the frameworks of your pattern. Who can tell? (S)he who does not know how to dissipate his or her communication always acts out automatically: you left-click,… Read More Transcending Patterns of Communication
Suppose certain simple truths do not circulate and do not nourish digital people’s lives. In that case, it is because nobody listens to these simple truths, although they are tweeted, posted, googled, embedded, linked, mashed-up, youtubed, chain lettered and I must admit, in some very, very special, more rare cases… pop-up-ed (rarely pop-under-ed). Nobody respects… Read More The Art of Listening Others. Version 2.1.
True communication dissipation indicates a full tank of thought, a provisional suspending of present certitudes, but also keeps attention, lucidity, and presence. However, contrary to true communication dissipation, digital fun buttons [en, blog] create and impose attention external to oneself. That is, like once upon a time within the previous century, the case for web 1.0… Read More Across-Messages Communication
The avatar civilization [en, blog] may characterize the whole style of our digital era by what is now perceived through instant multi-messaging: a paradoxically stone-like state, which allows us, even more, conditions us (as the freedom to which we have become captive on our way to embrace it [en, video]) to be in one particular… Read More “Soul” File is Write-Protected. Are You Sure You Want to Delete It?
I was writing previously in this series about the difference between experiencing communication dissipation by living it or rather than by wasting it. Digital people always have a fast track button to push for “:) fun :)”, and when that is missing, they have a sleep. They are never alone. They always have all kinds… Read More The Modern Buttons of the Digital People.
It seems this happiness – which is also an admirable (self-)knowledge instrument – has been long forgotten. And it has been forgotten, mainly because the digital people, a.k.a. “aware people”, don’t know how to treasure their fellow man, and not so much the fellow man, but the fellow man nearest to them. They don’t respect… Read More Actually Living Communication. Between Investing and Spending.
As I mentioned in the articles “Respect” and “Time Dissipating Made Into an Art“, I will start this July publishing a series of articles under the category “The Art of Respecting Others“. Great thinkers express ideas. Grandiose, brilliant ideas. Each one sees in these ideas what one wants to find. If you search for a… Read More The Art of Respecting Message
Launched in international world premiere in 2009 at Sarajevo and awarded at Transilvania International Film Festival 2010, today a masterpiece comes on the Romanian screens. Wednesday, I’ve been to the press release organized by Tabu. Congratulations to Cristina Bazavan for her great PR work – Tabu Oscar Party [ro, html] and this particular meeting between… Read More Time Dissipating Made into an Art
Today I’ve decided to write about something a little bit more abstract and significantly impacts each of our lives. So my notion of respect might be rather particular. I think each person, as a human being, deserves respect as a default right. Of course, rights can sometimes be suspended, but never a priori. I do… Read More Respect
(keep reading ↓) In a public situation, or even in a private business meeting, the questions you put don’t only offer you information but also serve as a business card if you know how to use it. But, of course, if you use it ONLY as a business card… you know what people do with… Read More What Do Your Questions Say About Yourself?
Beyond making a few jokes to lighten up the atmosphere based on my (little) experience of dealing with corporate HR in Ro, there is a serious point I wanna make, especially considering two of my start-up ideas centered on stress reduction were publically trashed. Beyond the fact that many of the people in Romanian HR… Read More The Ethics in HR