Old article from philosophy blog Aeon covering much of same ground as my December post, “My Struggle with Facebook Addiction” — should we regulate the Internet user experience (browsers, social media platforms) to facilitate more self-control? I usually just tell myself it’s time to stop … but, there’s definitely a lag in my motor functionsContinue reading “Link from Aeon”
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Link from Washington Post
WaPo article supports argument from my December post: “My Struggle with Facebook Addiction” — FOMO is a big deal, here focusing on students, but the rest of us, I maintain, can also be so afflicted!
My Struggle with Facebook Addiction
Published December 26, 2017 in Warp & Woof My Struggle with Facebook Addiction Not a Teenager, But a Senior William Sundwick In Aldous Huxley’s novel Brave New World(1932), the World State exercised control over its population by administering a “soma” drug to them. It was a psychoactive drug, producing states of euphoria, and generalContinue reading “My Struggle with Facebook Addiction”