Honest Thoughts on the Direction of Digital Technology – WHS 99 – The Wired Homeschool

In our ever-connected digital world the one virtue I’m seeing eroded more than any other is patience. In this unedited walk-and-talk I share my thoughts on this trend. This is completely “top of mind”. No notes. It’s unfiltered straight to your ears!

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One Reply to “Honest Thoughts on the Direction of Digital Technology – WHS 99 – The Wired Homeschool”

  1. I have noticed this trend in myself. I send an email/text/FB message and expect an instant response. I’m not too old, but I do remember a time when I would email someone and be happy to get a response a day or two later.

    One of my goals in 2014 is to pick up the phone more to call people who are important to me. Sending a text or Facebook message just isn’t the same as hearing someone’s voice and having them hear your voice.

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