digital addiction

Baby Boomers and older Generation Xers are foreigners in this new digital landscape and technology is a second language at best. But that doesn't mean Baby Boomers aren't obsessed with it.
From quitting social media for the holidays and completely giving-up on Facebook to the impact of the overuse of digital devices on our children and relationships. Watch these conversations that explore social media addiction.
The first time I said this I had acid reflux and imagined this is what a Zebra feels like when a Lion is pulling him limb
And I find it amusing (and somewhat disconcerting) that people make excuses to escape whoever they are supposed to be spending time with so that they can check in with other people who may not even be real-life friends.
Highway 50 / The Loneliest Road in America Joe was one year older than me and in radio and life in general; this amounted
To hear more about Giegerich’s struggle with digital addiction, watch the full HuffPost Live clip in the video above. “I
It's a world, at home as well as abroad, that's coming to dominate not just Emerson College life, but American life. Beware of the digital body snatchers.
“Some kids run their ear buds through their sleeves so they can listen to their music.” —Mike Riedy, math teacher, Prospect