2014 is the first year in American history in which everybody has a mobile device. We are at the saturation point with smartphones, tablets, laptops, and TVs. They are in our pockets, purses, cars, backpacks, and bedrooms. We all have screens with us throughout our days, and some of us are never without a screen.
Now we are considering how to live well with the screens. Most of us are not yet comfortable with where and when and how to use our devices in a healthy way.
Today, I received an email from AT&T about how to become better connected. This is their vision of the ideal family connection.
At first glance, it looks great. Happy parents. Kids sitting content nearby. Well dressed. Clean home. No worries.
But on further review, how ideal is this? Continue reading “The Connected Family”