Does your phone REALLY make you feel all that good? /CNET Article by Chris M.

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From the time we wake up until the time we go to bed, there’s that one magical “thing” that we reach for first and set down last. Can you quickly guess what that is? Of course you can! Our phones, duh! I am even reluctant to call them “smartphones” seeing that it’s pretty much the majority out there to begin with. Well, at least in North America.

I read a great article earlier this year that I really wanted to reference this morning with you all in thought. You see, many argue that the phone is the crippling of society. I feel, on the other hand, it can truly be empowering. Like anything else in life, even too much of a good thing can be bad. (eg. Water, food, and exercise) So when’s enough, enough? When have we gone overboard and how do we know that we are truly addicted?

Chris Matyszczyk wrote a good article back in Jan. 2nd, 2018 (attached above) and I wanted to read with you all some excerpts from the article and discuss aloud. As always, please share your thoughts here or in social media. Happy Listening on this nice Saturday!

Here we are on January 1st, 2018. The best way to kick off the new year is to get right to it. Without further ado, I am posting my thoughts here and why I’m getting this kicked off. There will be a bit to learn as I navigate uncharted waters for me but no worries. Committed and looking forward to a GREAT 2018!

Episode 1- Who, What, Why and How?.logicxLogo

😭 ❀️ Just nobody in the current line up like him. Not even close.

The comedian recalled the time McCain joined Jamie Foxx on the Apollo Theater stage, where he did the robot dance during a charity event: “[H]e looks so alive and so happyβ€”it looked like so much fun.”
β€” Read on www.complex.com/pop-culture/2018/09/dave-chappelle-on-john-mccain-dance-moves

Sad to see John McCain has passed away. We may not always agree πŸ’― with what any individual does, but to me, he was a great human being. πŸ’” ❀️ ✌🏽

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) died Saturday after a battle with brain cancer, his office announced, just four days shy of his 82nd birthday.
β€” Read on m.mic.com/articles/186324/john-mccain-dies-at-81-after-battle-with-brain-cancer