Interview: Sherry Turkle, Author of 'Alone Together' As soon as Sherry Turkle arrived at the studio for her Fresh Air interview, she realized she'd forgotten her phone.
"I realized I'd left it behind, and I felt a moment of Oh my god ... and I felt it kind of in the pit of my stomach," she tells Terry Gross. That feeling of emotional dependence on digital devices is the focus of Turkle's research. Her book, Alone Together, explores how new technology is changing the way we communicate with one another. "The pull of these devices is so strong, that we've become used to them faster than anyone would have suspected," says Turkle, a clinical psychologist and the founder of MIT's Initiative on Technology and Self.
Her research investigates how devices are changing the way parents relate to their children, how friends interact, and why many people — both young and old — keep their devices in-hand all the time — even as they sleep. Interview Highlights On young children using digital devices "Children are getting these phones earlier and earlier. Nicholas Kristof & Sheryl WuDunn: 'A Path Appears'
The Power of Two. In the fall of 1966, during a stretch of nine weeks away from the Beatles, John Lennon wrote a song.
He was in rural Spain at the time, on the set of a movie called How I Won the War, but the lyrics cast back to an icon of his boyhood in Liverpool: the Strawberry Field children’s home, whose sprawling grounds he’d often explored with his gang and visited with his Aunt Mimi. In late November, the Beatles began work on the song at EMI Studios, on Abbey Road in London. After four weeks and scores of session hours, the band had a final cut of “Strawberry Fields Forever.” That was December 22. Association for Library Service to Children. 2016: Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Peña (G.P.
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I can now attest that the most accurate and enlivening account of its history and often extraordinary resilience is the newly published “Freedom for the Thought That We Hate” by Anthony Lewis. Part of the title comes from Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes’ warning of the most powerful need of the First Amendment, especially in times of national danger and epidemics of speech-suppressing political correctness: “If there is any principle of the Constitution that more imperatively calls for attachment than any other, it is the principle of free thought, not free thought for those who agree with us but freedom for the thought that we hate.”
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Novelist Mohsin Hamid lives in Lahore, Pakistan, quite some distance from the Long Island of Jay Gatsby.
But his new novel — his third and, I think, best so far — reminded me of F. Scott Fitzgerald's quintessential American work. Introducing Philosophy Through Pop Culture: From Socrates to South Park, Hume to House: William Irwin, David Kyle Johnson: 9781444334531: Amazon.com. Some things should happen on soft pages, not cold metal. One Book, One College.