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Understanding: Resources That Can Help

Mindfulness Resources: DVD's, CD's

Mindfulness Resources: Books

News-Worthy Websites

  • Witness.org
    "Witness" uses video to open the eyes of the world to human rights violations. See it, Film it, Change it
  • GoodGuide | Find safe, healthy, and green products
    You want non-toxic, environmentally friendly products from companies with good social and safety records. GoodGuide rates over 65,000 products based on these factors.
  • AtGoogleTalks
    ... is a series of on-going presentations by invited speakers, sponsored by Google and given at various Google offices throughout the world. The series has other feature categories such as Authors@Google, Candidates@Google, Women@Google, Green@google.
  • Hulu - Documentaries
    A link to the documentaries available through Hulu, a free on-line media source of various ( major independent film and television) types of documentaries that you can watch at home on your computer.
  • This American Life: Inside Job
    This American Life is a weekly hour-long radio program produced by Chicago Public Radio and hosted by Ira Glass. Primarily a journalistic non-fiction program, it has also featured essays, memoirs, field recordings, short fiction, and found footage.
  • Authors@Google
    The Authors@Google program brings authors of all stripes to Google for informal talks centering on their recently published books.
  • TED: Ideas worth spreading
    TED was founded in 1984 as a one-off event, and the conference was held annually from 1990. TED's early emphasis, consistent with a Silicon Valley center of gravity, was largely technology and design, but as popularity of the talks spread, so has the range of subject matter, to cover almost all aspects of science and culture. Those who have given TED talks include Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Gordon Brown, Richard Dawkins, Bill Gates, the founders of Google, the evangelist Billy Graham and various Nobel Prize winners.