After effects of extensive use of smartphone
No Nellie, Screen-Time hasn't won the battle yet.
describes it, premature.
I believe is kind of the other way around. It would rather be the end of Coronavirus what defines who is the winner.Once all this is over, we should all ask ourselves the following question: Are we all going to remain on our screens all day long or are we rather going to run to hug our loved ones, fill the bars, go for a coffee with friends or fill the parks and trails? I feel Corona virus will show how humanity, again, will win the battle over technology
Why screentime has changed parenting?
Digital Detox Heroes of the Month - Feb / March 2020
Mindful Activities For Parents Working From Home With Children Craving Screen Time
Amid the COVID-19 uncertainty, we are all going to, unfortunately, spend more time online. The situation gets more complicated for parents as schools are closed so now we have our children at home craving for more screen time.
This list aim to help other parents like me, reduce our family's screen time, and more importantly, increase our HUMAN TIME, that quality time we spend together. If you are working from home, make sure family meals are enjoyed without screens.
Digital Detox Heroes of the Month - Jan 2020
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Why should I replace my DIGITAL clock for an ANALOG clock?
The REAL problem of tech addiction - Tristan Harris
The real problem of smartphone addiction goes beyond the devices. According to Tristan Harris, tech addiction is a bigger problem that involves the entire humanity and how the system works in an unfair way between the creators and the consumers of that tech. In this video, the founder of the Humane Tech focuses on how the current technology is designed to destroy free will, creating social anomie, and wrecking democracy.