Battling the Tech Addiction That Hijacked Our Brains | NBC Left Field


  1. well i couldnt watch this info because the racist at fairfax county library system keep turning my signal on and off in the background like a bunch of cave loonies… beware they are also stealing black people and kids ip addresses and emails … this is the true hidden america …

  2. While I understand the point I don't agree with everything, specially when they equate drugs to technology, because technology is not the only drug of this world. EVERYONE is an addict, we just different drugs. In my case technology is how I work and how I communicate with my family so far away from me, I need the technology to know they're fine and to joke about the burn toast of the day, I feel so close to them. And I also get close to people beside me, I play Pokemon go and I go out with my 3 siblings, we play together, we joke and laugh, and then we go buy ice cream or eat or something, we have a very real quality time that's very difficult to get in this rushing times. I also can help my unstress and laugh showing her cats or dogs videos, or I get the recipe for a meal that we share as family… Labelling technology as the worst demon/drug of the time I think is exaggerating, for sure the usage it has sometimes is bad, but I truly believe it has helped is greatly. Going of the grid is not the ultimate solution, no for everyone at least, but learning to use it is

  3. Wonderful insights… Folks are becoming more disconnected with the TRUTH of who they are as a result of this addiction. Tech is a tool, not a life style.
    What would happen if the subjects in this short clip were asked to close their eyes for a while and just watch their Breath? Ahem…..

  4. I whole heatedly agree!

    Also where do I get your watch, is there a rugged version for my labor intensive job.

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