By Tian Dayton, Ph.D –

Jan 23, 2018 – Whether through TV streaming channels, newsrooms or the internet, technology is inevitably shaping who we are and who we will become. And it can become addictive in which case we’re no longer able to stop, to modulate, to make intelligent decisions about what we’re looking at or participating in. Instead of viewing sites, sites start viewing us; boring cyber holes into our preferences and offering up more. We replace our relationships to people with a relationship to a screen. We’re no longer in charge, they are … and the truth of it is there is no “they”.
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