Thursday, May 31, 2012
The only time I do not do email or check some sites is when my computer is on the fritz.
Anita Bruzzese, Gannett, says according to some Harvard prof, staying connected all the time is your own fault. Not the boss, not the job.
Then she wrote a book for $27 about disconnecting from your Smartphone.
If someone stays connected, others on the “team” feel like they have to, seems to be the message.
People stay connected to create predictability—and this creates less predictability—she says anyhow. Why?
She also said we are our own worst enemy.
Twenty-seven bucks? Seriously? Pogo said that for free.