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iii. This page roused my interest. Reading the profiles made me want to further investigate all three "zones." However, I was especially curious about the Spiritual Zone. Dr. James mentions that advice for "husbands to help them learn how to treat their wives within a spiritual marriage context" can be found there. My curiousity grew a little more. Hmm...I wonder what a "spiritual marriage" is and if I can pick up some helpful hints for future relationships.
iii. When I first looked at this page I was overwhelmed; there are so many paths that can be taken. The subject list is longer than a child's wish list at Christmas, but I found it to be the easiest to use since I wasn't looking for anything in particular. I scrolled down the endless list of topics and quickly found something that I was interested in...and went to it. The other ways to access information on the page will come in handy when and if I am searching for something in specific.
iii. When I was browsing through Traffic Psychology's Generation 4, I found an Online HTML tutorial--something that will come into handy now and in the future. I also thought this site was useful because, I "stole" someone's (a past Generation-er) layout from here. Copying someone's layout helped me tremendously because I was VERY CONFUSED and desperate for help. Reading some of the reports also encouraged me in my time of need--they reassured me that I wasn't the only one who had to start from Ground Zero to build my way Straight Up.
iii. I had heard about road rage through the media and, although I realized it was a serious issue, I was not aware of just how serious it is. Data revealed here estimates that last year aggressive driving played a role in 28,000 deaths. Scary. This page is chock full of knowledge that can be helpful and useful to all who drive. I especially liked the sharing of random acts of kindness that have occurred while people are driving--it offers hope for a growing problem.
iii. This page was interesting to me because I began to realize the different levels that we function on as drivers. Not only do we have our hand to the wheel, our feet to the pedals, and our eyes on the road--our feelings are also active participants during our time on the road. It seems to me that Feelings are sometimes uninvited participants in our driving experience; this page is helpful in suggesting ways in which to excavate them from the driver's seat.
Clicking as a Spiritual Act
iii. I always viewed the internet as something that distances people. Reading "Spiritual Psychology" started to change this view; it made me realize that the world wide web can be used as a means to bring people together. Just because we are using a keyboard and monitor doesn't mean that our interactions will be less significant. Interesting to me was Spirituality and Cyberpsychology in which virtual reality is seen as having spiritual qualities.
iii. As I am working laboriously on my home page, it was great to see a comparison between my "physical" home and my "virtual" home. This comparison encourages me to keep on working--I am realizing that just as a house is not built in a day, neither will my homepage. This is definitely a page cyberspace construction workers can appreciate.
iii. I enjoyed skimming through this page--especially liked Dr. Nahl's comments on the different search engines. It gave me a better grasp on the subtle differences between the different engines.
iii. While here I read some of the generational curriculum reports of those in Generations 1 through 5. Doing this gave me ideas on how to improve my internet skills as past students shared their experiences, problems, and solutions.
iii. I liked that this information was so easily accessible.
iii. This is a really lengthy list of works. I'm glad a list precedes the full documents.
iii. There is a huge amount of literature to be found in this site and I was, again, overwhelmed. It was difficult for me to read some of the information as many of the ideas put forth were new to me. After adjusting to the different "language" that was used, I found the articles to be intriguing--it definitely gave me some new ideas to chew on. I found it especially interesting that Swedenborg believed in "being conscious simultaneously in both the natural and spiritual world." Whoa!
iii. For me, the Tour Guide was not especially useful. I felt I had no control of where I was going and didn't like that feeling. However, this can--for some people--be an excellent place to start.
iii. I think I will have to spend a lot more time at this site to fully grasp the concepts discussed. The page is very long and many of the ideas were new to me. A very thought-provoking page.
iii. I found the "Advice For Future Generations" that some of the students included in their reports to be very useful. I also read parts of An Essay on Dreams and Destiny by Todd Takitani--an interesting piece which explores what dreams are and what they mean.
List of Publications...and so, if a particular article caught your eye while viewing The List, here's where the entire document can be found.
iii. I skimmed through Resistance to Improving One's Health Behaviors and found it interesting...it gave me some insight into why I do the things I do...even when they do more bad than good.
iii. I have visited this site before so there wasn't much that I found interesting. I would have been more enthused about looking at this page had I been a transfer student or if I knew nothing about this university.
iii. Personally, I like the color and style of the home page in all of its glitz and glamour. The Text Only Browsers is great for those who want to access sites quickly...but for me, it's a little bland.
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