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Monday, July 16, 2012

Benefits of Being Out of Touch

As PC use declines,  we still expect to be in touch.  Our devices call us to attention.  We share the devices with personal communications and the difference blurs.  They make it easy, 24/7.  But this can decrease focused  productivity.  You still have to have time to think unconnected.  An article in the NYT discusses this.  Describes a number of experiments that have forced people off wireless to test the idea.

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