Christopher G. Moore Updates: 10 October 2014

Dear Readers,

The Koh Tao murder case and the charges against two Burmese migrant workers refuse to go away. This week, the role of social media is featured. We are finding a new world where Netizens take on the role of experts in forensics, law, and evidence evaluation.

You can read the essay here: www.cgmoore.com/blog

I am reading Sam Harris' Waking Up. I am half way through, and would recommend it highly. Harris has an insightful look at concepts such as consciousness, meditation, and Buddhism. He examines the idea of training the mind in the ways of paying attention and mindfulness.

Have an experiencing mind weekend.

Best,
Christopher

   
 

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