We do not face a simple choice of digital or analog. That is the false logic of the binary code that computers are programmed with, which ignores the complexity of life in the real world. Instead, we are faced with a decision of how to strike the right balance between the two. If we keep that in mind, we are taking the first step toward a healthy relationship with all technology, and, most important, one another.
Opinion | Our Love Affair With Digital Is Over
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David Sax is the author of “The Revenge of Analog: Real Things and Why They Matter”