An experiment to combine electronic and mindfulness amplification processes

To follow on what I started exploring in my note about the personal and transpersonal meaning of increased technical connectivity, I want to put some seeds in the ground about the possibility combine electronic and mindfulness processes that amplify  the connectivity in the emerging global brain and heart.

Couldn’t it be an interesting experiment to explore the difference between “natural” amplification using our the built-in social tools of our various electronic campfires, and conscious amplification adding intentionally enhanced discoverability.

Here’s what I mean by the latter. If the YouTube recommendation wouldn’t have gifted me with this video, I may have never learned about it. If it was tagged, indexed and made part of an evolving outline structure that attend, my chance to discover it could be much higher. Same is true if it its was captured by any of the video to text tools, and made searchable.

Another experiment that I’m even more interested in is the combination of electronic and mindfulness amplifications. Its purpose will be maximizing the electronic connectivity of this blog and meshing it with such tools and processes as Chaordic Chat and ContemplaTweet. Who else is interested?

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