by Barry Chudakov on October 15th, 2009


We’re not always aware of it, but each of us has a Metalife of our own. It is likely that you encounter the effects of Metalife many times each day, as you use communication tools or observe others using and adapting to these tools. In this section of Metalifestream we intend to illustrate the myriad ways that the integration of communication tools into the smallest moments of our everyday lives has affected the way we think and act, what we value, how we value it, what we focus on and the duration of that focus. We call these experiences MetaMoments.

Post your own MetaMoments here and read posts from others who are living in the MetaMoment. Submit your MetaMoments to


Photo courtesy of David Vernon ( on Flickr

Photo courtesy of David B. Vernon ( on Flickr


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