How to make practicing a musical instrument,
with digital technologies
(e.g. musical notation provides information technological access to lovely pieces,
and recording technologies to great performances) -
as fun & fruitful as going into the Harbin warm pool :)
... blogged about making practicing social recently
(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/07/puerto-princesa-subterranean-river.html - July 17, 2011)
Now, how to make it fun with information technology?
... would love to learn your thoughts, and examples here at WUaS,
especially as conversation.
While humans do, and can, learn
(e.g. most people in the developed world can read),
I'm surprised more of us don't focus fulsomely on eliciting Loving Bliss
(see this subject here -
My current hypothesis is twofold:
that we haven't talked enough about this L.B. neurophysiology,
and that our 'common chimp' legacy (as primatolgoical narratives)
(in contrast to a possible 'bonobo chimp' one)
from ancestral environments & our evolutionary history is too much part of our bodyminds.
I'm focusing on milieu & loving bliss neurochemistry, for one.
(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/08/sundarbans-national-park-india-how-to.html - August 1, 2011)