digital distraction

A good friend and neighbor, David Kranich, noticed one way we lose ourselves in our phones and resolved to fix it. You know
What if your smartphone notifications came to life?
We often seem to be confused. We make the events; we share the events; we enjoy the events, but only if we are in the moment. It's not our smartphones or apps that make them great -- it's the collective us who make them real and exciting and worth sharing.
A father accompanies his daughter on a school field trip and spends the whole time Instagraming. College students literally choose an electric shock over sitting quietly for six minutes without any devices to entertain them.
Do you need more time? For most people, the answer is a resounding yes. Yet many of us waste time every day, or spend it
Close your inbox for a moment and step back. Ask yourself just how healthy your relationship with email is... and if it is causing you stress or strain, what can you do to improve this?
“I’m actually exploring a service where I would encourage people to Twitter me,” said the Rev. Dennis Shaw, pastor at Sandy’s