Homepage Facebook for Business Varieties of Tulpa Experiences: Sentient Imaginary Friends, Embodied Joint Attention, and Hypnotic Sociality in a Wired World “The intention to know”, from Annie Besant & C. W. Leadbeater (1901) Thought-Forms. London: The Theosophical Publishing House. Introduction This article presents a summary and discussion of key findings from ten months of experimental cyberethnography among tulpamancers. Studying Tulpas and their hosts is fascinating on many counts, not least because it provides an opportunity to observe an emerging culture and the mediation of new kinds of persons – in this case, that of multiple humanoid and non-human persons ‘hosted’ in single bodies and a large-scale sociocultural matrix of ‘healing’ generated without physical interaction between members. My investigation is grounded in the study of interactions between environment, cognition, and culture. “Sudden fright”, from Annie Besant & C. 1. “Sometimes people get logically conscience-stricken […] and like to have some criteria of ‘real’ things, e.g. entities occupying space, and will then say things like ‘boundaries are imaginary lines’. 2. 3.
Google URL Shortener Posted by Michael Hermanto, Software Engineer, Firebase We launched the Google URL Shortener back in 2009 as a way to help people more easily share links and measure traffic online. Since then, many popular URL shortening services have emerged and the ways people find content on the Internet have also changed dramatically, from primarily desktop webpages to apps, mobile devices, home assistants, and more. To refocus our efforts, we're turning down support for goo.gl over the coming weeks and replacing it with Firebase Dynamic Links (FDL). FDLs are smart URLs that allow you to send existing and potential users to any location within an iOS, Android or web app. For consumers Starting April 13, 2018, anonymous users and users who have never created short links before today will not be able to create new short links via the goo.gl console. After March 30, 2019, all links will continue to redirect to the intended destination. For developers
HOW TO: Improve Engagement on Your Brand's Facebook Page [STATS] If you're looking to boost engagement on your brand's Facebook Page, a new report from Buddy Media has some key findings for you. The social media marketing company collected data from 200 of its clients' Pages* over a 14-day period and found that time is an important factor in determining the success of a Facebook post. The study reveals that more often than not, a Facebook post is ill-timed — in fact, office hours could be the worst time to blast content. "While marketers may work Monday through Friday, Facebook is humming with activity 24-hours a day, seven days a week,” says Buddy Media CEO Michael Lazerow. And so, brands must adapt to their consumers' schedules in order to optimize their engagement. Here are the findings, along with tips about when and how to make the most of a Facebook post. Be Timely The study found that daily Facebook engagement has three peaks: early morning (7 a.m. Good timing on Facebook depends on the day of the week, too. Be Concise Ask For Engagement
How to use Facebook Custom Audiences | Facebook for Business Paranormalizing the Popular through the Tibetan Tulpa: Or what the next Dalai Lama, the X Files and Affect Theory (might) have in common What’s the newest and weirdest sub-culture on the Internet, you ask? If you’re Vice Magazine, it’s apparently tulpamancers. Tulpamancers are people who, through extended bouts of concentration and visualization, produce a special kind of imaginary friend that they call a tulpa. Tulpas are understood to be distinct sentient beings with their own personalities, inclinations and (relative) autonomy. Through various active and passive processes known as ‘forcing’ tulpamancers spend hours solidifying their impressions of their creations as something more than just an ordinary inner voice. If this is news for you, you might be wondering where this all comes from. Before the advent of online tulpamancer communities, and notwithstanding its Tibetan name, the concept of the tulpa as a semi-autonomous entity created by one or more individuals’ focused thought or belief was primarily a mainstay in Western esoteric and parapsychological circles. Tulpa could be said to partake of these processes.
Facebook Symboles: symbole smiley, symbole emoji, émoticônes et listes de codes Les Emoji sont aussi appelés émoticônes ou smileys. Les systèmes d’exploitation iOS et Android supportent à l’origine 845 Émoji, et Facebook est compatible avec la moitié d'entre eux, y compris les symboles liés au cœur/l’amour, les étoiles, les signes et les animaux. Après avoir inséré ces codes Émoji dans Facebook, vos amis verront des icônes colorés dans leur ordinateur et dans leur iPhone et appareils fonctionnant sous Android. Voici la liste complète des codes émoticônes Facebook. Vous n'avez pas besoin d'installer un logiciel, une extension ou une application mobile. Récemment utilisés Cette collecte automatiquement vos icônes les plus récentes et les plus utilisées.
Creare un'applicazione Facebook per le nostre fan page Facebook Ad Manager - Online Marketing Tool - Qwaya Conjuring Up Our Own Gods BIG SUR, Calif. — “AMERICANS are obsessed with the supernatural,” Jeffrey J. Kripal, a scholar of religion, told me here at Esalen, an institute dedicated to the idea that “we are all capable of the extraordinary.” Surveys support this. In 2011, an Associated Press poll found that 8 in 10 Americans believed in angels — even 4 in 10 people who never went to church. One interpretation of these data is that belief in the supernatural is hard-wired. That inclination to search for an agent has evolved into an intuition that an invisible agent, or god, may be there. However, intuitive plausibility is one thing, and measured, sober faith is another. Consider how some people attempt to make what can only be imagined feel real. Jack, a young man I interviewed, decided to make a tulpa when he was in college. Finally, after a chemistry exam, he felt that she spoke to him. Then he stopped spending all that time meditating — and the fox went away.
TWrench 5 Useful Facebook Trend and Search Services As the world's largest social network, Facebook is a fascinating place to find out what's hot, what's news, and discover the latest meme. Despite recent improvements, Facebook's in-site search doesn't necessarily offer the best way to see such data. However, there are various services that provide a dedicated way to either search Facebook's 500 million-strong data stream (at least what's made public), or see what's "trending" on the site in a way that's similar to Twitter. While we can't overlook the fact that search engines like Google and Bing have begun offering "social search," we think the five services listed below offer a more useful way to find out what people are saying about a particular topic, or even find out what's being "Liked" in your social circle. 1. Kurrently Kurrently is a dedicated search engine for both Twitter and Facebook, but you can narrow down the options to see results from one service or the other. 2. 3. 4. 5. BONUS: Like Button