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Is it the algorithms, the phones, or is all of that cope for a fundamental laziness? https://www.newyorker.com/news/fault-lines/what-phones-are-doing-to-reading
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“ The dream is a handheld object that renders the worst and most addictive apps unusable and perhaps even makes the good apps—which is to say, word-processing and e-reading apps—a little better.”
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Agree that people have the choice to walk away, AND society itself is kind of pushing us towards this mess. For instance most jobs are requiring you to be attached to your phone. So yeah, it’s cope. But the problem won’t get solved if the solution is for everyone to stop being lazy
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If it wasn’t for phones I wouldn’t have been able to read all of Crime and Punishment on my subway rides. Fundamental laziness seems more likely
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“my world for any excuse not accept that free people mostly pick choices i disagree with”
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