Look in the mirror. You have changed, haven’t you? Look around. Do you recognize the world that you live in?
In an era where Facebook and Twitter have infiltrated our vernacular and in some ways taken over certain routine activities, it is no wonder that sometimes we reject the land of hyper-information in favor of a much simpler existence.
The way we communicate has changed. The way we relate to each other has changed. The intricacies of everyday life, from the banal to the unique, have the potential to consume our attention.
A brilliant friend explained that we live in a time ruled by the remote control. When our attention span gives up, we simply … Read more »