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Skills for Being Human in a Smartphone Culture - Given by Joshua Chestnut

July 24, 2018

A lecture given by Joshua Chestnut  at Southborough L'Abri on July 2oth, 2018. For more information, visit www.labri.org/mass and for more L'Abri lectures, visit the L'Abri Ideas Library. 

Skills for Being Human in a Smartphone Culture
By Joshua Chestnut

From giving you the best route home to tracking your workouts and communicating across the world, no other gadget in human history can compete with a smartphone in its ability to consolidate so much of your life into a device that fits into your pocket. But this convenient consolidation has come with a host of problems, and in this lecture we will consider some of these negative consequences as well as constructive practices with the hope of learning to live well and wisely in this world.

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