Thursday, Janaury 7, 2010

Thursday, Janaury 7, 2010

Jan 07

Today’s Quote:

“When we have secrets, we forfeit the right to expect genuine intimacy. Intimacy can occur only in a secret-free relationship.”

— Kathlyn & Gay Hendricks

Today’s Most Important Stories & Related Resources:

Integral Life: Weekly Member Update
• Ken Wilber’s newest product: Essential Integral
New Book: ‘The Harvard Psychedelic Club’ (SFGate)
• Integral NHNE: Using Psychotropic Drugs On An Integral Path
U.S. Postal Service To Honor Mother Teresa With Stamp In 2010 (Catholic News Service)

Nearby T Pyxidis Supernova Could Destroy Life On Earth (Popular Science)
Top Scientific Breakthroughs Of 2009 (Wired)
Scientists Say Dolphins Should Be Treated As Non-Human Persons (PhysOrg.com)
Oldest Footprints Of A Four-Legged Vertebrate Discovered (New Scientist)
Dead Fish Provoke Alert Around Gulf Of Mexico (AFP)

How Dell Makes Money On Twitter (Open Forum)
Kurzweil Unveils Full-Color, Multimedia, Multi-Platform E-Reader (Kurzweil.Net)
New Kindle DX with Global Wireless – 9.7-inch display, storage for up to 3,500 books
Microsoft and H.P. To Reveal Slate PC Ahead Of Apple (NYT)
Panasonic, Skype Team Up On TV With Free Phone/Video Calls (LA Times)

Today’s Most Important Links & Websites:

• FREE ebook: Enhance Your Dream Life: Sleep Better, Dream More, Live Your Purpose by Ryan Hurd
• Fed up with slow, crashing browsers? Google Chrome could be the answer – Why Chrome Is So GreatDownload
David Sunfellow’s Photo Blog (three new posts)

Recent Additions & Updates This Website:

Move Your Money
The Next US (inspiring story with videos)

Today’s Recommended Books:

The Harvard Psychedelic Club – How Timothy Leary, Ram Dass, Huston Smith, and Andrew Weil Killed the Fifties and Ushered in a New Age for America
• Scott Kelby’s “The Digital Photography Book” – Volume 3Volume 2
New Kindle DX with Global Wireless – 9.7-inch display, storage for up to 3,500 books

Today’s Featured Video: The Known Universe

The Known Universe takes viewers from the Himalayas through our atmosphere and the inky black of space to the afterglow of the Big Bang. Every star, planet, and quasar seen in the film is possible because of the world’s most complete four-dimensional map of the universe, the Digital Universe Atlas that is maintained and updated by astrophysicists at the American Museum of Natural History. The new film, created by the Museum, is part of an exhibition, Visions of the Cosmos: From the Milky Ocean to an Evolving Universe, at the Rubin Museum of Art in Manhattan through May 2010.

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