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Diatribe: GUEST POST - Banksy Calls Us Out: Do We Love Our Mobiles More Than Each Other?

In the 1960s, Swiss novelist and playwright Max Frisch defined technology as “the knack of so arranging the world that we don’t have to experience it.” Although Frisch’s commentary is more than 50 years old and was before smartphones, video messaging and social media, his words echo loudly in the halls of modern philosophical debate. 637 more words


No Reading Challenge: Day 1!

I’ve decided to to challenge myself and not read anything that could potentially “improve” my life. This includes any books, newspapers, magazines, or any of the endless social media articles. 643 more words


So as I am sat here on the train, just gazing out the window, listening to some old classics, such as the black eyed peas, it becomes very apparent to me how I always have the urge every 5 seconds to check my phone. 567 more words

Dangerous Side Effects of Using Smartphones that you never knew

Dangerous Side Effects of Using Smartphones that you never knew
1. Text Claw and Cell Phone Elbow
“Text Claw” is a non-medical term used to describe all of the finger cramping and sore muscles that come from continuous scrolling, texting, and gaming on smartphones. 563 more words



Sharing some of the hilarious but the real phobias for the bankers in the extra regulatory time

1.  Atychiphobia – fear of failure

2. Autophobia… 102 more words


Hail Mary?

Hail Wi-Fi full of speed,
the Internet is with thee.
Blessed are thou among smartphones
and blessed is the fruit of thy wireless, 4G.
Holy Wi-Fi Mother of connectivity… 13 more words

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