Buddhism: Made for the Internet

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Buddhism: Made for the Internet

Postby plwk » Tue May 07, 2013 2:12 pm


Buddhism is a largely de-centralised religion, with ancient communities throughout Asia and more modern practitioners in Australia and across the world.
Mapping the modern day face of the religion proved a difficult task for Professor Lewis Lancaster, until he struck on the idea of a digital atlas.

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Re: Buddhism: Made for the Internet

Postby dyanaprajna2011 » Tue May 07, 2013 6:12 pm

Thankfully Buddhism is prevalent on the internet. If it wasn't for the internet, I wouldn't know as much about Buddhism as I do, I probably wouldn't even barely know of it's existence at all. I live in a primarily conservative Christian area, so finding information on Buddhism in other places is few and far between.
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Re: Buddhism: Made for the Internet

Postby Wayfarer » Wed May 08, 2013 2:43 am

On a personal note, Rachael Kohn, who is the host of that radio program, used to teach at University of Sydney when I was an undergraduate. Great teacher with wide knowledge and excellent critical skills. Her radio program is one of a kind also.
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