2. Measuring emotions is nuanced and subjective. People don't want to be held accountable for the way other people experience
Soaring nearsightedness -- driven by staring at computer screens -- "is a true global health crisis."
RISE host Cat Greenleaf visited famous Intellectual, Leon Wieseltier and his 13 year old blogger son in Washington DC to discuss how parents and kids struggle to find a balance between real life and screen time.
Healthy Living
Nearly half of Americans say they "can't imagine" life without their mobiles. Our devices have become extensions of ourselves
The World Post
I once asked a former U.S. Navy admiral in charge of a fleet of aircraft carriers how he felt about collaborating with people
All in all, the only restriction to this hardware is its battery life, but with the up and coming long range wireless chargers we have seen at CES 2015, even that problem will be solved soon.
3. Stand up for god's sake. 1. Set a "Screens Off" alarm. New Year's resolutions are beginning to wane, and you're probably
As a parenting expert and author, I'm fortunate enough to work with some of the premiere universities and hospitals currently conducting research on this very subject. So shouldn't I be inoculated against this type of unwelcome infiltration in my own home? Um, hell no. No parent is.
Culture & Arts
The darkly funny work blurs the line between man and machine, a division that grows less and less rigid as our lives become
Digital photography and video are essentially free, so why not let kids capture their own perspective on family trips or events?
Culture & Arts
Screens. Bright fingers that claw at our eyes. Expressions of tenderness, movements of thought, sexual fantasies, our greatest
What have we gained? Speed of communication. And for this generation, speed is everything. What have we lost? Closeness, voice contact, the intimate communication of actually knowing what a person is feeling, and that can only come from presence.