A guest post by a dear friend of mine: CK. Without further ado…
Cause and effect is an important principle.
If we are assessing our smartphone use (effect) then what causes its use? Is the cause being uncomfortable with the current situation?
I observe a lot of people using their phones when there’s a small amount of silence in a room with two people. For example, in a doctor’s office, an elevator, or waiting for someone in a restaurant. It’s almost reflexive. If so, how do we get more comfortable with that uncomfortable silence?Continue reading “From a smartphone to a flip phone”