In an article from The New York Times, Dominique Browning discusses technological advances have affected face time:
Face time — or what used to be known as spending time with friends and family — is exhausting. Maybe that’s why we’re all so quick to abandon it. From grandfathers to tweenies, we’re all taking advantage of the ways in which we can avoid actually talking, much less seeing, one another — but still stay connected.
Read the rest of the article here.
For Dominique Browning’s Slow Love Life blog click here.