Digital Insanity

Look at your life. Look at your choices.

Recently, my wife and I discussed technology and not being in the moment. I was asked how long I could go without my internet-connected phone or computer? Am I addicted to social media, constant updates, and instant validation?

I was told I’m short, angrier, and distracted. It made me question if technology has made everyone more selfish…

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Most days I’m a professional copywriter, author, essayist, husband, father, and scrambled eggs maker. Find me at seanmcdevitt.com.

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Sean McDevitt

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Most days I’m a professional copywriter, author, essayist, husband, father, and scrambled eggs maker. Find me at seanmcdevitt.com.

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