partial attention

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phone strokers are missing out on real life. should the news even be a surprise?

“All too often we’re like cornered animals with our eyes darting from device to human and back to device,” Daniel Sieberg, author of The Digital Diet: The Four-Step Plan To Break Your Tech Addiction And Regain Balance In Your Life, recently told The Huffington Post. “Eye contact can be especially meaningful in today’s world of constant partial attention and it conveys a sentiment that the person you’re with matters.”

haven’t these strokers been schooled about the infamous be ins of the sixties? c’mon people. let’s be here now. damn it!

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