John Ford has given a very interesting example of behavioral conditioning and mob mentality, based on a scientific experiment conducted on monkeys. The scientists demonstrate how such condition draws a parallel to human beings and it’s impact on our social and cultural existence. Visit him at http://blog.ladders-online.com/2012/06/11/stepladders-monkeys/
Ido Lanuel, has let go of a routine high-profile job, to venture into self-awareness and meditation. He feels that following the voice of your heart brings happiness and a sense of living. He expresses his thoughts through his blog – in fact he has started an online awareness workshop. Visit him at http://idolanuel.com/.
Tea is a teacher from Croatia, who uses technology in her classroom extensively. Currently she is undergoing a course on ICT (Interactive Computer Training) in Malta. She shares her experience on her site. Visit her at http://bzznora.wordpress.com . It is rather interesting.
If you are looking for applications that will help your child learn using technology, this site provides you with a consolidated view of available applications along with a description. Visit http://igamemom.com/ . You will find something that may interest you!
Lesley Carter believes in travel and extreme sports. She believes in publishing and sharing her experiences via bucket list publications. Try visiting her on http://lesleycarter.wordpress.com/. Your site experience may ignite your adventure spirits.
Rishabh Upadhyay has a passion for poetry and philosophical thoughts. He combines his expression and scripts on his site http://fadingmeta.wordpress.com/. Visit it and read about it. You may like it!
A site created by a mom of two boys, discussing various aspects of parenting and children. Visit http://madeahuman.wordpress.com/ . You will find interesting discussions there on multifarious topics concerning us. Try it out.