Digital Consciousness is a philosophical dialogue into the evolution of consciousness within the digital terrain and the legacy footprint on the human family. Exploring the emotional "digital" frequency of self is a concept that Tenille Bentley has given a great deal of thought to, and some of the answers to these questions and more, may surprise you. While not everyone wants to "change the world", we do all have the power at our fingertips now to radically affect change for someone, somewhere, some place. Recognizing this ability and harnessing how we use the Internet is the basis for this audiobook.
This audiobook is also packed with examples of how people are using the Internet and how digital consciousness is currently our most underappreciated and underused global resource.
As we can become consciously aware of this new world, the power of it, and the intentions we place in it at the click of a mouse, the effect is far greater than any of us can compute in the architecture of our minds. It’s about having an awareness beyond the awareness, and it’s about caring enough to treat each post as a piece of the puzzle to the collective consciousness.
Ask yourself today, what will this world look like when we reach a united level of Digital Consciousness?
You have the potential to create the world through what you perceive and search for daily. You're either controlling what the Internet gives you or you are being controlled by it.
What would have made Digital Consciousnes better?
I am in the digital field and regular devour audible books often one a week and have listened to over 60 and this book was the most dreadful ever! All it is is a series of description of emotional responses to online and social media platforms. It is like listening to a 6 year-old complain the child did not get enough likes on Facebook. This author says she wants to teach but I can't help but wonder "what the hell can you teach when you understand nothing about reality beyond what makes one cry or laugh (although not much laughter in this horrible rendition of emotional dribble). This book makes clear how people of history will willingly engage in book burning, in fact in the case of Digital Conscious it may be a public obligation. I gave this book one star but it does not deserve that. DO NOT BUY, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
What do you think your next listen will be?
Dr Seuss would be an intellectual step up from this work of garbage.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
After scrolling from chapter to chapter and unable to find even a slight glimmer of intelligence I have to say common sense is what distracted me from this book.
What character would you cut from Digital Consciousnes?
The author Tenille Bentley, she apparently had some business success and she emotionally assumes that makes her somehow wise, despite the overwhelming abundance of literature indicating material success has nothing to do with success as a person.
Any additional comments?
I think I need to take a shower after listening to this crap.