[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.
US photographer Eric Pickersgill
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…
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