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  • Jon,

    Thanks for sharing this article (and your thinking).

    I have found a non-paywalled version of the piece for you. You can find it here.

    Enjoy!

    Gerald

    Gerald Ardito October 6, 2019 - 11:05am

  • The sad part is that my 16 year old granddaughter (BC school system) still comes home with the conversation and related paperwork from her classes

    Stuart Berry September 16, 2019 - 6:11pm

  • This is a great posting!  When someone is dealing with stress, depression, and similar difficulties, having an option to use an App, as apposed to or along-with meeting with a therapist, can be a very good tool. 

    It is very important for a therapist to be aware of his/her mental health, most importantly, and also, to know how to keep their own mental health "challenges" (for lack of better wording) in check.  Also, inorder to understand and empathize appropriately with your clients' challenges with therapeutic process, it is helpful to do some yourself.        

    Joseph Feldman May 5, 2019 - 1:57pm

  • Indeed, Steve.

    Any bicycle lock can be broken within about 5 minutes with the right tools. Most take seconds. But should we stop using bike locks? Or legislate that anyone can take anyone else's bike? I think we have to start somewhere, and legislation (with teeth to bite transgressors in ways that act as a real disincentive) is not a bad place to start. Meanwhile we need to build better locks, or educate ourselves to use them better, or maybe to rethink how we share our data altogether. I'm a bit intrigued by Solid, not because it's a new or radical idea, but because it has TBL behind it. Not an incredibly reliable solution, but really a lot better than what we have today.

    Jon Dron November 16, 2018 - 10:48am