The Failed Human Potential Of Digital Media

Digital networks were supposed to bring global connectivity leading to the expansion of human consciousness. Instead, people have become enormously skilled at being totally irrelevant.

We can now do so many things online, yet rarely if ever people have something…

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Humanist, thinker, writer, speaker, advisor and social scientist. I explore meaning-making, the human mind, consciousness, business and social change.

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Martina Olbert

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Humanist, thinker, writer, speaker, advisor and social scientist. I explore meaning-making, the human mind, consciousness, business and social change.

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