Monthly Archives: March 2011

Small pilgrimages

I am on sabbatical. People ask me, “Where have you been?” “Have you been anywhere exciting (usually meaning somewhere overseas)?” I answer: “I’ve been going to the same places, again and again, usually accompanied by two large dogs.” Instead of … Continue reading

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Alone Together, Life Together–Liminal spaces between the really real and the virtually real

Matt Kruse, a former student of mine at Augustana College, wrote to me the other day on Facebook and told me that I must get a copy of Alone Together, by Sherry Turkle. If I was really with it, I … Continue reading

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