“Notifications are designed to seem as urgent and important as possible – although we all know they rarely are, we’re fooled into thinking they are,” Becca Caddy, the author of Screen Time tells Metro.co.uk.
Becca Caddy is a science and technoogy journalist, and the author of the recently published book Screen Time. In this conversation we explore elements of the love-hate relationship that so many of us seem to have with technology, and with social media in particular, and Becca shares her thoughts on ways we can find balance.
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the creative industries were suffering a mental health crisis. Join journalist and author, Becca Caddy, as she outlines the realistic ways to improve our work/life/tech balance identified in her new book, Screen Time.
Tech journalist Becca Caddy will be discussing her new book, which aims to help people achieve the right balance between enjoying their time online while avoiding the pitfalls of tech addiction..
Thursday 21st January 2021 at 8.30pm.
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How do you balance the need for staying in touch with preserving your mental health and enjoying your offline life? Chris Price talks to Becca Caddy, the author of Screen Time, about some of the techniques you can use to find your techquilibrium.