perpetual student of media, society, and life. also, a photographer.
“The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak,” said painter Hans Hofmann.
We touch our smartphones — tap, click, swipe — more than 2,500 times a day. That’s probably 100 times more often than we touch our partner. The reason we do it is that the phone constantly demands attention by sending us notifications. It …
I was submerged in the cozy haze of smartphone addiction, and it’s hard to say how it differed from substance abuse. “Comfort kills, discomfort creates,” wrote Jean Cocteau in his personal account of opium detoxication.