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Last week’s mass cyber-attack could produce the wrong lessons. The immediate takeaway seems to be that large institutions
What is your Egypt? The people, the food and the storytelling are what I love most about the Passover seder I go to, but
Kyle Dargan What sorts of books am I talking about? Novels like Sister Carrie by Theodore Dreiser or The Rise of Silas Lapham
Jay Shetty encourages us to consider the ways in which technology affects our personal lives.
Jay Shetty encourages us to consider the ways in which technology affects our personal lives.
Let's not allow our "virtual hugs" and online conversations to replace real conversations and warm hugs. I know that I will really talk with my children and hug them a little tighter tonight. After they go to bed, I will be sure to embrace my solitude by unplugging from my devices.
MIT sociologist Sherry Turkle explains why we need to think twice before praising talking robotic toys.
M.I.T. sociologist & author of Reclaiming Conversation, Sherry Turkle, explains why we can't learn empathy from robotic toys.
In Dot Complicated, Zuckerberg writes, "Your presence is no longer a sign that you're actually paying attention." So true
I've emphasized the negative sides of technology--how it makes us distracted, nervous, less empathic, less spiritual, and in some ways, less human.
"It's when people are vulnerable and hesitate that they often reveal the truer parts of themselves."
A considerable number of key thinkers are addressing the positive and negative effects of technology.
"I see people my age...getting married to people they've known for like a year and a half. A year and a half? Is that enough
M.I.T. professor and author of "Reclaiming Conversation" argues that we must move away from using the metaphor of addiction when talking about our phones.
M.I.T. Professor and author of Reclaiming Conversation, Sherry Turkle, explains the trouble with texting at mealtime.
MIT Professor Sherry Turkle discusses the phenomenon of dating apps and how the "paradox of choice" can keep us from making a move.