PSFK 2015 Speaker on How Our Time-Saving Devices Give Us Less of It

PSFK 2015 Speaker on How Our Time-Saving Devices Give Us Less of It
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With his April 17 appearance at PSFK 2015 fast approaching, Douglas Rushkoff reminds us that the digital renaissance is a time suck

Kourosh Behnam
  • 14 april 2015

Douglas Rushkoff introduced the concept of ‘present shock,’ from his book Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now at PSFK CONFERENCE 2013. The concept examines how we are using digital devices to manage our lives, and how something designed to give us more time can, in fact, give us less of it.

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