Thursday April 9, 2020

Editors Comment : Time for an information obsession backlash

If you're in the habit of going out to restaurants or the pub with groups of people, you've probably by now encountered the compulsive phone watcher.

12th October, 2013
Most people do know it's bad manners to devote more of their attention to their phone than to their physical companions.'

If you're in the habit of going out to restaurants or the pub with groups of people, you've probably by now encountered the compulsive phone watcher. The individual in question can't seem to keep their phone in their pocket and is constantly on it. As a result, their attention is often elsewhere and they drift in and out of conversations.

It was bad enough when people were just texting. But the current generation of smartphones...

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