Thursday, June 13, 2013

How not to be alone

Great opinion piece from Jonathan Safran Foer in the NY Times: How Not to Be Alone.

"We often use technology to save time, but increasingly, it either takes the saved time along with it, or makes the saved time less present, intimate and rich. I worry that the closer the world gets to our fingertips, the further it gets from our hearts. It’s not an either/or — being “anti-technology” is perhaps the only thing more foolish than being unquestioningly “pro-technology” — but a question of balance that our lives hang upon."


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