In clinical nutrition some of us like to say there are no bad foods, only bad diets. When it comes to our tools and technology, a similar analogy can be used. Because technology isn’t the problem. There is no bad technology, only bad technology habits.
Of course there are bad foods. And they taste really good. But no one forces you to eat them. Similarly, technology is less of a problem than the way we relate to it. No one forces you to connect.
The problem, it seems, is us. And our technology habits.