Hamlet's Blackberry : a practical philosophy for building a good life in the digital age /
"A soulful polemic that challenges the sacred dogma of the digital age--that the more we connect with others, the happier we are--arguing that as our electronic connectedness grows, we are pulled away from the relationships and experiences that give life texture, depth, and meaning"--
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- What larks? : the conundrum of the connected life. Busy, very busy : in a digital world, where's the depth?
- Hello, Mother : the magic of screens
- Gone overboard : falling out with the connected life
- Solutions that aren't : the trouble with not really meaning it
- Beyond the crowd : teachings of the seven philosophers of screens. Walking to heaven : Plato discovers distance
- The spa of the mind : Seneca on inner space
- Little mirrors : Gutenberg and the business of inwardness
- Hamlet's BlackBerry : Shakespeare on the beauty of old tools
- Inventing your life : Ben Franklin on positive rituals
- The Walden zone : Thoreau on making the home a refuge
- A cooler self : McLuhan and the thermostat of happiness
- In search of depth : ideas in practice. Not so busy : practical philosophies for every day
- Disconnectopia : the Internet sabbath.