The Lonely Connected World

October 22, 2012

in -Context, 10.5 Human Questions for a Computer Age, 8.7 Social Networks

MIT Professor Sherry Turkle has been studying the human impact of digital technology for decades. In her book Alone Together and in this Fresh Air interview, she talks about how texting and social networking are profoundly changing the way children, teens, and adults live, think, and feel. There’s plenty to think about here.

npr.org/2012/10/18/163098594/in-constant-digital-contact-we-feel-alone-together

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