My Distraction Sickness — and Yours

Hopefully many of you have read this piece by Andrew Sullivan in The New Yorker in the last week. If not, here's your link to do so now. It's long, but worth it. 

You know the spiel: the internet -- and more specifically, smartphones -- have destroyed our ability to not only disconnect, but also our ability to be alone with our thoughts. And maybe even to think. With most such posts -- and there have been many -- I roll my eyes. But Sullivan frames it in an intriguing manner with provocative writing. It only mildly makes you hate yourself. Well worth the read. 


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