Psyberspace

IN Psyberspace my interest in psyche interacts with my interest in cyberspace. Here I reflections about the nature and development of psychotherapy online.

The category Psyber is the main one for this blog. In the Journal category I write more personal notes.

These are the other main tags:

Tech – anything geeky that is not particularly psychological.
Psyche – anything psychological that is not particularly cyber related

My exploration of psyberspace took graphical turn in 2006-7 and I did a Thousand Sketches, a project I completed in one year. I now blog my art work at http://walterlogeman.com/art I show case my ardt work in an online Gallery.

More about me here.

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3 Responses to “Psyberspace”

  1. Jose Luis G. Soler Says:

    Dear new friend of http://www.futureprimitive.org

    Another great interview-podcast. This time a conversation with Ruth Gendler:

    Ruth Gendler is an artist, writer, and teacher committed to the transformational potential of the arts. Her experience with the rhythms of creativity is evidenced by a diverse background in art, writing, publishing, teaching, and lecturing. She is the author of “The Book of Qualities” and “Notes on the Need for Beauty” and the editor of “Changing Light: The Eternal Cycle of Night and Day”. “The Book of Qualities”, now in its 40th printing, has been adapted as a two act theater piece and translated into German, Japanese, and Chinese, as well as being widely excerpted in literary, psychological and educational publications.
    http://www.futureprimitive.org/interviews/82

    Warm regards
    Jose Luis G. Soler
    Production Assistant
    futureprimitive.org
    joseluis@futureprimitive.org

  2. sandrar Says:

    Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. 🙂 Cheers! Sandra. R.

  3. megan fox Says:

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