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“A tool our parents could not have imagined has become a lifeline we can’t do without”

A new Time Magazine global survey of attitudes towards cellphones and connectedness reveals some not-too-surprising attitudes:A tool our parents could not have imagined has become a lifeline we

By |2012-09-04T22:20:42-07:00September 4th, 2012|Contemplative computing, Technology, Time|Comments Off on “A tool our parents could not have imagined has become a lifeline we can’t do without”

Jack Cheng on the Slow Web: “Timely not real-time. Rhythm not random. Moderation not excess. Knowledge not information.”

James Fallows points out a great-- no, not great, really fantastic-- essay by Brooklyn-based designer and writer Jack Cheng, on the Slow Web: The Slow Web Movement is

By |2020-11-24T09:14:00-08:00July 24th, 2012|Attention / Distraction, Contemplative computing, Technology, Time|Comments Off on Jack Cheng on the Slow Web: “Timely not real-time. Rhythm not random. Moderation not excess. Knowledge not information.”
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