Participatory Spirituality for the 21st Century
A Google-Plus friend posted a link to this -- right now it's actually a fund-raising page, but looks like the blogger, Jeremy Johnson, has received the funds he needed. As the conference starts, perhaps there will be eventually a different link.
Since I won't be able to go to the ITC this year, I'll be checking in on the blog.
I'm curious how Google + is working out as a social media outlet? How does it compare to Facebook?
It's similar -- but quieter, more low-key and muted somehow. Perhaps just because there are not as many people there (and perhaps, in my case, because I have smaller circles of contacts there). You don't get the sense that your privacy settings will be changed on a whim, or by "accident." (Of course, "privacy settings" is a VERY relative term these days . . . )
It's funny, though: most of the folks I'm in touch with through G+ are also on FB -- and FB remains the place where most of them prefer to interact.
Thanks for starting this thread, Mary. I think Jeremy will do a great job as ITC blogger; he's quite a dedicated and talented emerging Integral writer. He's a member of this forum, actually (Shaman Sun), but hasn't posted here in quite awhile. (If you look at the membership roster for IPS, there are actually quite a few familiar -- but mostly quiet -- faces here...)
I believe this is Jeremy's blog, though I'm not sure if the ITC 2013 blog posts will appear here or on the Meta-Integral website (or both).
Jeremy has posted his first ITC 2013 blog: "Everything that Rises" or Synthetic Thought, Florilegium, and the ...