We should reflect on how much our phones and other digital temptations are ruling our thoughts and attention, argues Tom Chatfield.
By Tom Chatfield / Illustrations by Olivia Howitt
I drafted these words on paper, in a coffee shop. I’m now typing them onto the pristine semblance of a sheet of paper onscreen, struggling not to let email or social media break my flow.
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