Cutting Back on That Gadget Time
For some people, digital communication is such a big part of life that being cut off from Facebook, Twitter, or email for just a few hours can feel more like days of a total information blackout.
Science and technology writer Daniel Sieberg's new book, "The Digital Diet," talks about the problem of "tech addiction" and outlines a plan to help people not to entirely give up their digital devices, but to try to find a better balance between living in the virtual world and the real one.
Do you think you could cut back on your use of your gadgets and the number of hours you spend online? What would be the hardest thing for you to cut back on? Sieberg joins Kojo for this Tech Tuesday to talk about strategies for scaling back our digital appetites.