In the United States, for example, the average persons income more than doubled between 1957 and 2002, yet the share of people reporting themselves to be “very happy” over that period remained static. Albert Einstein 1879 1955, attributed The Worldwide Institute in its 2004 State of the World report explains: Societies focused on well being involved more interaction with family, friends, and neighbours, a more direct experience of nature, and more attention to finding fulfilment and creative expression than in accumulating goods. I was listening to MSNBC on the radio the other day when a feature came on entitled, the Good Life. They proceeded to discuss a $14,000 dessert being offered in Sri Lanka that included, amongst other things, an aquamarine. MSNBC is a news channel that is produced as a joint venture, as the name suggests, between Microsoft the monolithic software giant founded by Bill Gates and NBC. Check out the latest episodes in our film series Exploration with day Gunjikar at our website and stay tuned for much more to come! This brings us to the argument that mainstream news organizations have recently been making against the Blogsphere, especially in the wake of such recent films as State of Play, directed by Kevin MacDonald, namely that the Blogsphere is composed primarily of amateurs who are out of their depth, whereas if you are looking for cutting-edge Woodward-and-Bernstein style in-depth reporting, you will find it only at the major news organizations who have the skills and resources at their disposal to support that kind of news coverage. Where are these values coming from? Recently, Keith Olbermann, on his MSNBC news show, Countdown with Keith Olbermann, cited Fox News as the “worst persons in the world.”
Twitter will use the same live streaming system it uses for Thursday night football , trading sacks for fact checks and leaning on Bloomberg for footage. The candidates wont be wearing Specs , but Snapchat will compileLive Stories for bite-sized debate nuggets. YouTube will featurecoverage from NBC News, PBS, Fox News, The Washington Post, Bloomberg, and Telemundo. Listen Up And dont forget radio! NPR will be blasting out the debates every way it can, be it member stations, online, or through its NPROne app. Silver Screen Regal Cinemas will be showing the debate for free at select theaters (its a long list ), in case you watched the previous debates dailynews thinking, Id like this, but several stories high. Bonus: Free small soft drink with any popcorn purchase, so youll have plenty to sip on and, when the mood strikes, throw at the screen. Virtual Reality, But Dont NBC will stream the debatein 360 degrees through a partnership with AltspaceVR, including, no joke, a virtual Al Roker. The good news is that AltspaceVR has apps for all the major platforms, including Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Gear VR. The bad news is that this is not away that we recommend anyone watch a debate . OK, youre all set! Its going to be easy to do your civic duty and watch the final presidential debate.
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The moral of the story appears to be, therefore, that if you are looking for cutting-edge journalism, skip the news networks and, instead, check out the Blogsphere! We all want to live a comfortable life. So much so that all other news agencies were too afraid even to question their authority. So if the good life is about having things, how is it that so many people who have so many things have lives that lack so much satisfaction and meaning? I am not saying that having money is not a good thing, quite the contrary. The solution that Fox News apparently proposed was to dedicate a news channel to supposedly “fair and balanced” news coverage. It struck me how in our culture we define the good life more in terms of the consumption of material goods than in relationship to any other quality.