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I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
I love static: Surviving the new normal
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I love static: Surviving the new normal

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Times are changing, and so are we. With the ever expanding possibilities of the internet we FEEL like we are getting smarter and getting more things done. But actually we don't: we only read short …

Times are changing, and so are we. With the ever expanding possibilities of the internet we FEEL like we are getting smarter and getting more things done. But actually we don't: we only read short articles, we can't concentrate for an hour without checking Facebook or Twitter, our smartphones ask for our attention every few minutes, and so on.
But is this really true? And if you notice these symptoms by yourself ... what can you do about it.
This is whet I found out that works for me in my job and private life.

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  • Rode draad door de 3 boeken: tijden veranderen\nVoelde dit ook aan bij mezelf\n
  • Hinssen stelt: kennis en informatie: wnn nodig hebben.\nGeen kennis meer onthouden: zoeken wanneer we ze willen\n\n
  • Dingen maar EEN KEER DOEN\nEEN KEER ZEGGEN\nALTIJD DOORZOEKBAAR\n\n\n
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  • YouTube vs. Blue Ray disc met surround \niPhone = meest gepubliceerde camera op Flic\nFlip = geen fantastische camera maar wél makkelijk\n\n
  • Mondiger als consument, als ouder, als werknemer\n--> Mail sturen naar leerkracht, verwachtingen van ouders\n
  • Aanpasbaar brein: contact verliezen met vinger andere zenuwen lossen op\nBlind: andere zintuigen scherpen aan en nemen plaats in\n
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    • 1. IHow I cop STAT e wi th st atic in th IC e ne w no rmal bram .faem s.inf o
    • 2. N G ES A L LE CHI
    • 3. TIMES CHAN GE
    • 4. TIMES CHAN GE and so d id I
    • 5. IME N T or T I ofessJUS EB-pr W a i kipedi Pic ture: w
    • 6. N T I N S TA N only IO this T ay C ls FA shal IS y I T ll SA efu enc nc ar oLi ste
    • 7. THE AG E OF INSTAN I TO IMM T ERSE M I YSELF I TO FLIP NTO A TROUG BOOK I H A MA TO BRO GAZINE WSE TR I OUGH TO SCR A BLOG OLL TRI TO CLI OUGH CK TRO TWEET UGH IN S STAGR AMS
    • 8. NO UGH OD EGO
    • 9. TRAN SPARE NCY
    • 10. A RE AI NS UR BR NGO AN GI CH
    • 11. A RE AI NS UR BR NGO AN GI CH And not always in a good way
    • 12. INFO RMAT JUNK ION IES
    • 13. T H E T C H C R A C ES R FA S U
    • 14. MEET LUCYDANI ELS
    • 15. xx x x xx xMEET LUCY x xDANIELS This is not her and she did NOT write any of these books!
    • 16. SO W H ? A T D ID IDO
    • 17. MOD OROTH E PO HNIQ UE TEC
    • 18. EXTTOD REME O-L ISTI NG
    • 19. AR LOVECA LEND
    • 20. AZIN ESS IP AT ELA NT IC
    • 21. AZIN ESS IP AT ELA NT IC th is til he un e t e m ang ok ch to to I t e ge lish ua ng slid lang E to tin gs s et
    • 22. ICATE MMUNCO
    • 23. ICATE MMUNCO sw er n an is a ‘O K’
    • 24. UP PO RTS
    • 25. FISHTAENVIRO NK NMENT
    • 26. W AT ER IN DL IKEM
    • 27. EXPECT GREATN ESS
    • 28. EXPECT GREATN ESS
    • 29. s.i nfo ram .faemb fae ms @b ram

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