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I’m a father, husband, teacher, writer. In each of these social contexts, I endeavor to be fully present, which requires me to be intentional about blocking out distractions. We live in a world filled with distractions; how these distractions affect our relationships, literacy, thinking, and overall existence is a point of focus in my teaching, research, and writing.

The subject of new media technology is a moving target; don’t blink or you’ll be out-of-date.

Drop me a line at greg72227(at)gmail(dot)com

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9 Comments
  1. Jon Singleton permalink

    Thanks for your thoughtful article on groups and brainstorming, and your useful digital philosophy. I love it.

  2. Linda King permalink

    thank you. Just what I needed to hear – about attention AND about group think.

  3. Greg,
    Love the title of your latest post. I’ve just nominated you for a Beautiful Blogger award. Keep up the great work!
    http://mindfulstew.wordpress.com/2012/08/14/spreading-the-love-part-ii/

    • Dude, I don’t know what that is, but thanks!

      • I don’t know what these things are either, but the “awards” are a nice way to spread awareness of blogs you think are worth checking out. I don’t follow the rules, but if somebody recognizes my blog, I acknowledge that person in a post, then provide links and a a bit of praise to other blogs I’ve been reading.

  4. I’ve nominated “the Digital Realist” for a “One Lovely Blog” award (it’s not exactly an award, but it is nice). Read more about it here: http://perfectwhole.wordpress.com/2012/10/27/one-lovely-blog/

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