Technology: Connected, Yet Lonelier Than Ever

[image by Bidrohi Hirok] Technological Paradox One of the glaring paradoxes in my use of technology/social media, is that it has both the ability to make me feel connected and intimate with others, while at the same time feeling isolated, alienated and lonely. I think...

iPhone + Ustream = Therapy on the Go

One of the things I have been thinking about for the last six months is the idea of doing therapy on the go through mobile technology. Though I believe strongly in the benefits of in person, face to face therapy, I think technology is making available new avenues for...

Are You Everywhere, But Really Nowhere?

If you have been following my Twitter stream over the last week you will have noticed how much I love the new book, Introverts in the Church: Finding Our Place in an Extroverted Culture by Adam S. McHugh. I will be blogging about the book more at length in the near...

Your Kids Online: What Are You Doing to Them?

[image by Zieak] Something I have been torn over for a while is the question of “How much of my daughter’s life do I share online?” With blogs, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and other services it’s more convenient than ever to post photos, share...