He [Sartre] should’ve been on my train when an oik* made 40 calls… in the quiet carriage! – writes Gyles Brandreth in the Daily Mail; published on February 6, 2018.
Is your smartphone making you stupid? Lisa Egan has a checklist. Excerpt from her article published in SOTT and Ready Nutrition.
Your apps, search engines and social networks know hidden things about you that even your closest friends might not. To find out just how much, Sophia Smith Galer tries an interesting programme called the Data Detox. Published by BBC on November 13, 2017.
Alarm bells have been sounding for years but most smartphone users ignore them, and are seen forever hunched over their device, busy with seemingly urgent transmissions. So here’s another clarion call, published in Science Daily on June 23, 2017.
Tammy Kennon explores the rather unsettling changes happening in our brains, minds and emotions with the constant exposure to the internet and electronic gadgets. Published on February 28, 2017, in ‘The Week’, USA, and SOTT.
Osho speaks on the impact of television and computers in modern life, asserting that computers can destroy people’s memory systems.
Outspoken and controversial well-known film director speaks on ‘invasion’ of privacy in gaming app and about his new film ‘Snowden’. The Guardian, July 22, 2016
Joshua Krause calls upon humanity to break free and stop being slaves to technology. Published by ZenGardner.com on April 23, 2016.
Swedish artists design and erect signs in Stockholm to stop people endangering themselves and others, reports Chris Graham in The Telegraph, UK, on May 27, 2016.
Some thoughts about the ‘escape from reality’, illusions and health risks provided by the use of smartphones.
A documentary by well-known film producer Werner Herzog, notably ‘Fitzcarraldo’, and ‘Aguirre, the Wrath of God’, is part of a campaign by AT&T to raise awareness about smartphone use while driving.
A satirical security blanket that phone addicts are really taking seriously. Jessica Leber reports on fastcoexist.com.
Julian Rose takes a stand about the mobile phone and the virtual world billions of people are now addicted to.
Finally it happened! Christopher Hooton at The Independent introduces an alternative to iPhone 6. Published on October 27, 2014.