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  1. keithwms's Avatar
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    Thanks Critical thinking is definitely in ever shorter supply. There are just far too many black boxes that we rely upon, too many assumptions made by our young people. I really worry that the classic education of being made to think and then think again is quickly eroding, to be replaced by, I don't know, Rosetta Stone.
  2. Mike Wilde's Avatar
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    I think you have said it well. I have juniors under me who cannot think beyond their computer or smartphone. The 'is this a reasonable answer' ability is missing in all of them.
    That I atribute to a lack of critical questioning as a component to thier current 'learning paths'.
  3. keithwms's Avatar
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    True. Attention on me please!!! Spotlight! Accolade!
  4. clayne's Avatar
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    More and more ways of marketing "individuality" to individuals devoid of both attention and individuality. That's actually a great subject for another blog article, Keith - the Selling of Me or alternatively Buying Myself.

    Basically, as the population grows and the individual becomes even more of a cog, anything that can restore or provide even a smidgen of light on them will be considered valuable. Example A: Facebook.
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    LOL
  6. keithwms's Avatar
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    haha
  7. wildbillbugman's Avatar
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    I was speaking of commercial tatoo parlors. Not prisons. Maybe these digital tatoo guns could also be loaded with a tattoo eraser? Or switch to "suck" instead of "blow"? I'm getting too old ! The popularity of tatoos these days confounds me! Only ugly people used to get them. Now beautiful women get them !?$#@@#*****
    Updated 01-30-2012 at 02:11 PM by wildbillbugman
  8. wildbillbugman's Avatar
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    I wonder,
    Are Epson Inks aproved for TATOOS? I never had a desire to get a tatoo. But surely there is some standard for regulating toxicity levals of inks used for tatoos(?)
    Updated 01-30-2012 at 02:09 PM by wildbillbugman
  9. keithwms's Avatar
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    Hehe, yep, snapshots you can wear...
  10. Hexavalent's Avatar
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    Cripes... I can just imagine an 'app' for the various smartphones that converts pictures into tattoo-ready artwork.
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