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The Mosaic Man

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Sep 11, 2014
The Mosaic Man

The Mosaic Man

"I am homeless for 25 years, at the mercy of my talent,” says Jim Power. Jim found a creative outlet in creating hand-crafted mosaic artwork that he started posting on lampposts in Lower Manhattan’s Eastside. Jim’s creativity transformed the streets into the “Mosaic Trail." The art, a passion close to his heart, connected Jim to his inner voice. The “Mosaic Trail” became his purpose, his expression of self. The stories in Jim’s mosaics provided an identity for people in the Eastside. When the city threatened to destroy his work, the community rallied around Jim to protect the “mosaic trail," now a legacy for the residents. Listen to Jim Power’s story as the Mosaic Man…
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9 Ways In Which The Culture of Watching Is Changing Us

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September 11, 2014

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9 Ways In Which The Culture of Watching Is Changing Us

Life is not a spectator sport. If you’re going to spend your whole life in the grandstand just watching what goes on, in my opinion you’re wasting your life.

– Jackie Robinson –

9 Ways In Which The Culture of Watching Is Changing Us

Our constant use of cameras, TVs, computers, and smart devices is affecting our thoughts and behavior to a degree we may not even realize, changing how we identify ourselves and how others understand us. We are watching so many — and so many are watching us in so many different places and ways — that watching and being watched fundamentally alter how we think and behave. { read more }

Be The Change

This week notice the cameras in streets and stores, the cellphones everyone is talking to, and think about how watching helps people and how it hinders them.

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