I really enjoyed this and I am thrilled to feel like I have my life back.
These questions are explored in William Powers' book Hamlet's BlackBerry: A Practical Philosophy for Building a Good Life in the Digital Age.
I was intrigued by the title "Hamlet's Blackberry" as I found it clever and hoped the rest of the book would be as clever.
Excellent and very informative. A cautionary and instructive book regarding life in the digital age.Published 4 days ago by John R. Daubney
Powers does a good job explaining how technology has impacted our life. I always thought of technology as digital technology but that's just one branch of it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alpha92
This is more like the one thing to NOT give a teenager to read over the summer for summer reading, especially since many of us have nothing better to do during the summer.Published 2 months ago by Audrey M. Leone-Woods
Allow me to begin by sharing with you, that I'm in my early seventies and enjoying retirement. In order to remain somehow "connected", I own an Ipod touch, a kindle paper... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Raul Acevedo
Powers treatment of the pros and cons of being connected in this "digital' age is concise, relevant and at times even playful. Read morePublished 8 months ago by kim e williams
The delivery time is definietly 5 stars but the book itself is only 2 for me. The prologue was great but as I read on he kept repeating himself. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Bianca
Powers has managed to put into words all the vague feelings of disconnection and superficiality that I've battled ever since I began relying on my computer to run my life and work. Read morePublished 9 months ago by C. L. Ferle
This was a great book for thos of us who are not fully into the digital age, letting us know that history is full of those like us.Published 10 months ago by Joyce A. Baggerly