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Psychologist: Workers Are Less Productive with Christmas Music Playing

It's that time of year again—the "most wonderful time of the year"—when Christmas carols ring through shopping malls, department stores, and ...


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What Andy Crouch Gained During a Media Time Out

Trevin Wax, in This Is Our Time, relates how Andy Crouch, former senior editor at Christianity Today, recently spent several weeks away from all screens. ...


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Youth Feel Pressured to Maintain Happiness Fa├žade

Donna Freitas in her thought-provoking book The Happiness Effect, argues that the real downside of social media is that it demands fake happiness. She ...


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Teens Cling to Destructive Social Media

In her book American Girls: Social Media and the Secret Lives of Teenagers, researcher Mary Jo Sales reports a conversation with a teenage girl at a mall ...


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Does Facebook Make Us Unhappy?

Does spending too much time on social media make us unhappy? A rigorous study published in the American Journal of Epidemiologysuggests that it does. ...


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'The Internet Is Broken' Because of Negativity says Twitter Cofounder

Evan Williams, a Twitter founder and co-creator of Blogger—wanted to set everyone free to express their emotions and opinions on line. So how's ...


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We Touch Our Phones at Least 2,617 Times a Day

We're obsessed with our phones, a new study has found. A research firm recruited 94 Android device users and installed special software on their smartphones. ...


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We Are Spending More Time on Facebook than Ever but Are Less Happy

From the New York Times:

The average time that users spend on Facebook is nearing an hour. That's more than any other leisure activity surveyed by the ...

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Video Gamers Looking For Meaning, Order and Certainty

The numbers for the $100 billion video game industry are astonishing:

  • 155 million Americans play video games.
  • 40% play a minimum of 3 hours per week.
  • At least 34 million play about 22 hours per week.

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The Most Powerful Education System Ever Known

Todd Gitlin, one of the leading thinkers on media and our lives, recently said this: "The torrent of images, songs, and stories streaming has become our ...


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