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Pang, A. S.-K. (2013). ''The distraction addiction: getting the information you need and the communication you want without enraging your family, annoying your colleagues, and destroying your soul''. New York: Little, Brown.
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Thank you also to the numerous photographers and visual artists whose images I have used, who generously published their work under a Creative Commons license. They are [https://www.flickr.com/photos/editor/galleries/72157664293453343/ indexed in a Flickr gallery]. Other images are from Wikimedia Commons, from [http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1098995 Geograph], from Pixabay or Public Domain Images (in the public domain) or original work by Bart Everson.
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''This has been another in a series of [[Phantom Vibrations]].''
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:10, 2 October 2020

For a Workshop at Xavier University of Louisiana, conducted by Bart Everson and Elizabeth Yost Hammer

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Overview

Presentations

Bibliography

Levy, D. M. (2016). Mindful tech: how to bring balance to our digital lives. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Newport, C. (2019). Digital minimalism: choosing a focused life in a noisy world. New York: Portfolio/Penguin.

Pang, A. S.-K. (2013). The distraction addiction: getting the information you need and the communication you want without enraging your family, annoying your colleagues, and destroying your soul. New York: Little, Brown.

Credits

Thank you also to the numerous photographers and visual artists whose images I have used, who generously published their work under a Creative Commons license. They are indexed in a Flickr gallery. Other images are from Wikimedia Commons, from Geograph, from Pixabay or Public Domain Images (in the public domain) or original work by Bart Everson.

See also

This has been another in a series of Phantom Vibrations.