How often have you looked up from your smartphone to realize you have no idea how long you’ve been staring at its screen, completely unaware of what’s been happening around you? Like it or lump it, the Internet is here to stay. The question is: are you using it in a way that makes your life better or worse? Journalist Christy Speer Lejeune explains how the Internet became one of the most demanding forces in people’s lives today. She gives you tips for how to resist tech overload and re-engage with real life without shunning technology altogether. If you ever feel overwhelmed by tech’s endless onward march, getAbstract recommends printing out a PDF of this heart-felt, humorous look at the Internet to read offline.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why the Internet can be so stressful,
- How it improves life and
- How to minimize its negative effects.
About the Author
Christy Speer Lejeune is a freelance journalist, writer and contributing editor at Philadelphia Magazine.
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