Just because I feel like it's been ages since I posted a coffee photo. Thanks for the caffeination @colab.cafe I'm sure it upped my productivity by 200%! I've been drinking instant lately (gasp!), but this afternoon I had two proper coffees. Have fun sleeping tonight peeps, I'll be over here wired as a mofo 😶 #noregrets
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Connection -- "The paradox of our wired world is that as we become more connected electronically, we become less connected emotionally...These lines By Robin Sharma very well explains the senerio of todays world...
I believe though gadgets are a biggest innovation of humankind in the field of technology and also though it helps us know how relational we are but yet in a way or the other it has drastically marginalized the very face to face and the simple conversations.
And more than an issue of gadget etiquette or a lack of consideration for others. It’s about connection. While our electronic gadgetry is keeping us more connected in some ways, it is a shallow connection – not the deep emotional engagement needed for any kind of meaningful relationship. Why? Because texting and e-mails are set up for volume, velocity, and multitasking – that is, the splitting of attention.
Our gadgets therefore create an illusion of connection. The danger, though, is that they also set up a new way of relating in which we are continually in touch – but emotionally detached...So this is what we need to understand and focus on and plan a way out through it and get connected more of emotionally rather than electronical."
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So, I go on with my clips from the vid "Jodie Foster Answers the Web's Most Searched Questions" she's recently made for @wired because there's a lot of stuff I'd like to talk about.
1. Is Jodie Foster a genius? "I don't think so!" Regardless of what Jodie thinks of herself, it's amazing to know most people actually wonder that. Lol
2. "NO, SADLY. I AM MARRIED TO ALEXANDRA HEDISON." I love both Mel and Alexandra so for me this is akspsudiwjsbx
3. "My favourite part of The Lord of the Rings was Cate Blanchett." Wow what a statement! I've always wondered what they both think of each other and this is the first time I hear Jodie talking about Cate. This is gold for us @iheartcate ♡♡♡
4. Did Jodie Foster ever play in Bonanza? That's awesome. Of all the old tv series Jodie made in the 70's this is the only one I myself knew beforehand and I grew up practically watching it (although it was actually my dad who did) and it was incredible for me when I found out Jodie had been part of such an old series. The length of her career is honestly amazing
5. Did Jodie Foster sing in My Name is Tallulah? In case you didn't know, this is a well remembered song from Jodie's classic musical Bugsy Malone, Alan Parker's directorial debut in 1976. It is a pretty classic song and well, I'm glad she was asked about whether she was the singer or not because I've actually read all kind of versions and never found an actual answer. It's not like I've spent hours and hours searching for an explanation either lol but it's nice to hear it directly from her...and even nicer to know she considered herself a singer at the time. She used to sing a lot in her youth and I love her songs. Heck, she even released some records back in the day although she's recently said she doesn't think she's a good singer (I obviously disagree)