Bridge over railway
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Interesting, yesterday my phone was not to hand in my left pocket but jammed in my right stuck on my selfie stick. Surprised at how often my hand twitched to look at a map, the time or to take a snap. Often reason was not strong enough to extract from the right pocket.

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Humans today lose their concentration after eight seconds. In the year 2000 it was 12 seconds

And

Multiple temptations to find something to do surface.

Life in the Age of Noise – Original Essay by Erling Kagge via The Daily Stillness

There is a strange paradox here, where reading about the problem or a solution to the problem can be part of the problem.

maybe, in concert with an emphasis on making and collaborating and bug reporting and embracing other values of the open web, individuals can help reorient the cultural attitude toward technology away from entanglement and back to a place of enlightenment.

The Age of Entanglement – The Atlantic

Interesting Article. More grist for the ‘why we need to teach digital literacy and curiosity’ mill via @livedtime

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