effects of technology

NO TIME: Stress and the Crisis of Modern Life
by Heather Menzies

It has become axiomatic that nobody has “time” anymore: time for family, time to finish a day’s work, time for introspection. And despite the ubiquity of computers and related technologies, such as email, voicemail, and cellphones, which are supposed to make our lives easier, the average person appears to be more stressed out than ever. Read more…