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Mindful : August 2013
2 mindful August 2013 PHOTOGRAPHBYMICHAELO’NEAL,ILLUSTRATIONBYMARIKOJESSE contents Nancy Bardacke Features 34 Taking Command of Your Tech Rich Fernandez of Google sits down with Irene Au of Udacity and Arturo Bejar of Facebook to talk about how to make digital technology work for us, not the other way around Sidebar: Worn out from all this connectivity? Here’s how to handle it mindfully p 37 42 Parenting with Presence Reporter Susan Freinkel follows t wo expectant couples from their first class in mindfulness- based childbirth to the blessed (not to mention challenging) event. Sidebar: Childbirth doesn’t answer to the clocks that run so much of our lives. And there’s a lesson inthatforallofus p49 52 Tune In, Turn On Can a profoundly deaf musician teach us to listen better? Katherine Ellison talks to percussionist Evelyn Glennie, who wants us to wake up to the soundscape that is always around us Sidebar: Three approaches to appreciating the music of everyday life p 57 60 Unfinished Work It was the deadliest battle ever y fought on American soil. On its 150th anniversar y, Barry Boyce reflects on what Gettysburg can still teach us—about what happens when we decide that fighting is our only choice “Mindfulness doesn’t give you the birth experience you want. But it gives you a way to fall in love with the birth experience you get.” 52 42