You see it everywhere you go – people looking down at screens, tapping on glass at work, at home, and just out in the world. They’re full immersed in the goings-on online, and sharing what they’re doing with those they know.
As everyone becomes their own publisher, with an unseen audience of hundreds or thousands and an online reputation to uphold, has the art of face-to-face connection become antiquated? An afterthought of the new ways we communicate? This week, Matt and guest host Breki Tomasson take a look at how conversations in the virtual world are changing our behaviour in the physical one.
- Social Media Week
- "Reading On A Screen Before Bed Might Be Killing You" – The Huffington Post
- "Are Smartphones Killing Our Conversation Quality?" – LiveScience
- "The Myth Of Multitasking" – Psychology Today
- "How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco's Life" – The New York Times Magazine