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Beunos Dig Catholics

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Tim Byron

on 14 January 2015

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Transcript of Beunos Dig Catholics

Digital Catholics
The Digital Era
Digital Dangers
Spiritual Solutions
1. Internet Dystopia?
2. Digital 'Noise'
3. Addiction
4. Socialisation
5. Abolition of Privacy
1. Kingdom of God
2. Silence
3. Freedom
4. Community
5. Forgiveness
How old were you when you first used the internet?
Digital Natives
&
Digital Immigrants
Digital Accents
Knowledge - Social - Commercial
UTOPIA - Freedom / Democracy / Open Source
Sharing
DYSTOPIA - Addiction / Exploitation / Cyber Crime
Bullying / Pornography
"There exists a Christian way of communication which is honest and open, responsible and respectful of others. To proclaim the Gospel through the new media means not only to insert expressly religious content into different media platforms, but also to witness consistently, in one's own digital profile and in the way one communicates choices, preference and judgments that are fully consistent with the Gospel."
Digital Addiction

1. Games
2. Facebook
3. Smartphones
4. Pornography
Hyperconnectivity
Socialisation
Age of Great Exhibitionism
Hitchcock not orwell

Unhealthily Self Revelatory

Tracked / Constanly Assessed

Internet doesn't forget / forgive
Healthy Confessional Culture
Day to Day Silence
Radical Silence
Attentive Listening
Digital Noise
What is the digital world becoming?
Kingdom of God
On-line Comments, On-line behaviour
Public / Private
'New Intimacies' & 'New Solitudes'
- in virtual space, friends not met,
Paradox of wired disconnection
Undivided Attention
We need to put technology in its place!
Knowledge Acquisition
Books - Lineal literal mind
Internet is changing the 'plastic' brain
Skimming become dominant mode of
reading
Hypertext links / multitasking / tabs
Hikikomori
Acute Social Withdrawal
You have to fight
for you right to privacy
or you will use it
Eric Schmidt Google

Privacy is no longer
a social norm
Mark Zuckerberg
Facebook
Martin Daubney
C4 Porn on the Brain
Boston Consultancy Group

Disconnect and become more productive in the process.

Every team member strives to achieve the same goal – an agreed upon unit of
predictable time off
each week.

The team meets weekly to discuss how each member is doing achieving this goal and to discuss the team’s work process more generally.

Participants reported being more satisfied:
With work-life balance (54% versus 38%)
With work (72% versus 49%)

BCG found that:
Employees were more likely to plan to stay at the firm for the longer term (58% versus 40%)
Employees were more likely to perceive that they were delivering significant value to their clients (95% versus 84%)
Clients ranged from noting nothing fell through the cracks to being exuberant about the benefits


Using Technology
LAN's > BAN's





Body Area Networks

Student Homesickness
Resilience & Learning to be Alone
Dushan

1. Accompanying Catholic Immigrants


2. Presupposition of '
Thinking
With the Church'
3. Authenticity &
Challenge
Nick
1. Reflections on Teacher
Student Relationship






3. Accompanying Scholastics
& Seminarians
2. Attitudes to Church Teaching
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