The Holy Trinity of Technology Convergence: #Virtual Worlds, #Augmented Reality and #Gamification

#Virtual Worlds

In the mid 2000’s there was a huge hype on internet and in the media that the “3D Internet” had arrived. It created a huge discussion of sometimes great controversy:

“With hindsight, much of the coverage was ridiculous: a fairly clunky-looking virtual world where people could hang around, interact and create and/or sell virtual goods, we were told, was “the future of the internet” (CNN), “the future of the operating system” (InfoWorld) and possibly “the future of the academic conference” (The Guardian).” (source)


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Tracking The Victim Archetype


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Carolynn Myss defines the victim archetype in her Sacred Contracts course as one of the essential characters we all embody at some point in our lives.  There are four survival archetypes present in all of us representing life challenges and our methods of maintaining self-esteem.  These four are child, victim, saboteur, and prostitute.  The lesson each one offers pertains to use of power and self-image.  The child is needy, showing us good reason to strive for learning and independence.  The victim endures bullying of various kinds in order to learn courage.  Eventually the victim teaches us how to recognize and stand up to bullies.  The prostitute teaches the value of  maintaining  integrity.  Once the prostitute recognizes the folly of selling him or herself for support of others, individual mature ethics are developed.  The sabatuer archetype lets us know when we are working against our own best interests.  Self…

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Pensiero del Giorno 13 Ottobre 2016 – Quote of the day

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Pensiero del Giorno 13 Ottobre 2016

“Non è quello che guardi che conta, ma quello che riesci a vedere!!!”

“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.”

Henry David Thoreau

Meditate Gente, Meditate!!!!

Sailfish And Bait Fish | Photography by ©Alexander Safonov.

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The Jeff Goldoom – wunderground_supply

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Where did the idea come from?

I’ve always been fascinated by Dinosaurs and I wanted to create something that commemorated them but with a retro style.

What does this art mean to you?

What this art is supposed to convey is really open for interpretation. For me personally it conveys the idea that nothing great will last forever. However, the asteroid scene could possibly represent a window looking into the past. With modern technology, who knows what the future hold for dinosaurs!

What can you tell us about yourself?

My name is Bruce Strøng and I am a Graphic Designer located in upstate NY.

What more can you tell us about your art?

I think my art pretty much speaks for itself. It’s abstract, fun, and looks dope on tshirts! You can find more of my recent work at The website essentially serves as a hub for my merchandise…

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