Tag Archives: Sherry Turkle

Reclaiming Conversation

This blog holds more than 650 posts, I regularly look back for posts that new followers might have been missed in the early days.  This post, updated to make it more current, was first published on November 19, 2012.  It … Continue reading

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Expecting More from Technology and Less from Each Other

“We all need sacred spaces where we keep to ourselves and to the people close to us.” This statement by social scientist and psychologist, Sherry Turkel, on NPR this morning is a lament about our increasing tendency to being always “on” and … Continue reading

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