Face Time Issues Re-visited

Social media, like TV and other technology, must be managed in a larger social context.

In my last column, I spoke to some of the consequences I see as a result of modern society's growing adoption of “on the run,” attention-deficit lifestyles. In particular, I noted how often you find younger people at the intersection of quickservice dining and social media use these days, eating meals almost unconsciously, focused on mobile tweets or Fac

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