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  • Sharon Salzberg
    Sharon Salzberg Link to resource

    A veteran meditation teacher, Sharon Salzberg encourages followers to accompany down her path in mindfulness and happiness meditation.

  • Ora Nadrich
    Ora Nadrich Link to resource

    Life coach, meditation teacher, journalist and writer of Says Who, follow the personal twitter account of Ora Nadrich.

  • Children's Charities' Coalition on Internet Safety
    Children's Charities' Coalition on Internet Safety Link to resource

    The Children's Charities' Coalition on Internet Safety examines digital media convergence and children, advises EU bodies and advocates for children's wellbeing in a digital age.

  • European Schoolnet
    European Schoolnet Link to resource

    European Schoolnet, a not-for-profit network of the Ministries of Education of EU member states in Brussels, offers policy and support for children's' organizations with innovative digital education.

  • Reboot
    Reboot Link to resource

    Dedicated to reinvigorating Jewish life through creative expression and rethinking history, Reboot calls for unplugging from our tech-driven world to be human.

  • Randsomly Link to resource

    Zach Prager has been creating digital wellbeing software since grad school. For instance, Randsomly Beacon which blocks notifications and alerts to create a screen-free dinner table or bedroom.

  • Real Life Mag
    Real Life Mag Link to resource

    Funded by Snapchat, 'Real Life' is an online magazine focusing on living with technology. With five editors, it is not a social media but offers lighter and deeper understandings of technology.

  • Benjamin Decker
    Benjamin Decker Link to resource

    Benjamin W. Decker is the author of 'Practical Meditation for Beginners: 10 Days to a Happier, Calmer You', a true how-to guide that will empower you to meditate with confidence right away.

  • Focus@will
    Focus@will Link to resource

    Focus@will is a new music service based on human neuroscience. It helps you focus, reduce distractions, maintain your productivity and retain information when working, studying, writing and reading.

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  • Link to resource is a consumer neurotech stimulator that you can use to boost athletic performance and measure your emotional state, among other features.

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