[This excellent post by Steve is so good, in my opinion, that I would like to take this opportunity to re-blog here on Sometimes, with an accompanying post of my own in a separate article, which will be published later today.]
I’m as guilty of it as everyone else and I feel like I am missing part of me if my smart phone or tablet are not within arm’s reach.
Here’s my question – are we relying on these devices too much and losing out on our abilities of natural human interaction?
A couple of things prompted this question. Firstly, a fantastic video called “Can We Auto-Correct Humanity?”
Secondly, a photographer who edited photos to remove smart phones and tablets were shared them in a post by qz.com called “Our Strange and Lonely New World” – I love the results! Click the image below to see the full gallery.
What do you think?
Are we using technology too much and forgetting how to communicate properly? I hold my hands up and admit I do but I also really don’t see how I can change that now and even if I actually would…
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