From her site:
I’m a human being, who’s aware I’m a human being, and that other people are too. I have a good sense of humor and like to have fun. I am satisfied when I know I have done my best. I am always working towards impeccable existence. I love the cross-pollination and synthesis of disparate ideas. I think the binding that holds duality together is beautiful.
I have a professional background in software development, both on the technology and business sides. I am deeply interested in the human experience, and how to live a modern life that supports, not supplants, our humanity. I want to create beautiful things that don’t exist yet, and share them with the world.
I live south of Boston, MA with my husband Brendan, and our three beautiful boys, Colin (6), Jack (4), and Jonah (1).
I’d love to talk with you. If you’d like to talk with me, drop me a line: amy [at] dialecticalamy dot com
SHOW NOTES :
- Buddhist Geeks Conference
- Amy’s piece The Intimacy of Proximity and The Privilege of Distance
- “Social media effects the types of relationships we have”
- Apple Watch tapping
- Affordance: An affordance is often taken as a relation between an object or an environment and an organism, that affords the opportunity for that organism to perform an action. For example, a knob affords twisting, and perhaps pushing, while a cord affords pulling.
- Dialectical Amy
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