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.
The rest is kind of like a review of the author's therapy sessions. Helpful but a little repetitive. Still a worthwhile read bPublished 7 hours ago by Goldie
Powers cuts to the heart of the matter in a way readers instantly connect with and relate to. A must read for everyone contemplating getting back to a rich inner life.Published 6 days ago by Thomas
William Powers is a writer by trade who uses digital technology on a daily basis. Therefore his expertise in the subject of technology is not extremely high but this... Read more
Excellent and very informative. A cautionary and instructive book regarding life in the digital age.Published 1 month 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 2 months 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 3 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 8 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 9 months ago by kim e williams