On http://www.lindastone.net

Posts on this site cover attention (yours, mine, ours), technology, health and trends (ZG Mapping – ZG for Zeitgeist  and Mapping for Orienting).

Readers of my work on Radar and on The Huffington Post may be familiar with some of the themes that I’ll tackle in the first few posts on this site.  Your comments, questions, quotes, and references are always appreciated — here, on Radar.Oreilly.com and huffingtonpost.com.

Thank you in advance for your interest in my work.

To those who have followed my work for a while, my apologies that it’s taken so long to update this site.  Matt Mullenweg, thank you for your encouragement to go with WordPress.    Lisa Gold, thank you for supporting my research efforts over the last decade, and for helping me get this off the ground.

Thank you for exploring the site.  There’s an area called “Talk to Me About…” and I’d love for it to be populated with relevant stories and good questions related to the topics indicated.

Published by Linda Stone

I coined the phrases continuous partial attention, email apnea, and screen apnea. I write about attention and our relationship to technology.

One thought on “On http://www.lindastone.net

  1. Linda, just a wander, and a wonder. Great to reconnect — and, great to reconnect in exploring your thinking. Just the cloud tag is a fascinating exploration.

    Speaking of which, that would be good to explore more, as timing allows, exposures are revealed, attention permits.

    My only stake(s), to the realm of attention:

    etymology • http://blog.girvin.com/?p=725
    lagerfeld • http://blog.girvin.com/?p=2368
    schrager • http://blog.girvin.com/?p=660
    marc jacobs • http://blog.girvin.com/?p=624

    Here’s to more. Soon > t

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