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Americans should work to overcome Nomophobia

By Rebecca DeLuna

Do you ever find yourself going through the motions, not saying a word to anyone and constantly cutting out the “real” connections that are right in front of you? 599 more words


Nomophobia, a solution

Here’s a great business opportunity. I’m thinking of setting up an import business, or encouraging a local pepper grinder maker to set up a business importing, making and selling these devices to frustrated parents, restaurants, cinemas, classrooms – the list is endless . 9 more words


Reboot or Die Trying!

Working from home, updating 36,000 Twitter followers 30+ times a day, appearing on cable TV – living the dream!

David Roberts, an acclaimed political writer for Grist.org, … 47 more words

Watch out: you may be suffering from Nomophobia!

Here’s a question that’s likely to pop up in pub quizzes: ‘What is nomophobia?’

Answer: it’s a fear of being out of mobile phone contact. 637 more words



Many of us will answer an emphatic “NO” to the above question, because we might tend to conclude that being anti-social is when we don’t mix up with friends, party with them, or visit fun places as often as we should; instead we’d rather concentrate on our phone and chat away. 1,061 more words


Penyakit Berbahaya Itu Bernama Nomophobia

Fenomena nomophobia yang saat ini semakin populer di kalangan pengguna ponsel pintar menjadi topik yang sangat menarik untuk diperbincangkan. Apalagi, berdasarkan data survey yang saya dapatkan di internet menunjukkan bahwa pada tahun 2008, penderita nomophobia di Amerika mencapai 53%. 577 more words


The Secret to Being Connected and Not Consumed

Social media, without a doubt, has taken over the lives of many people all over the world. People now spend more time on social media than they do with their pets, social media addictions have greatly reduced the amount of daily physical activity people engage in, and now smart phones are becoming as commonly found with someone as a wallet and coat. 467 more words