Sunday, January 5, 2014

Since we're really not listening.................

does it really matter........................?

The conclusion she’s arrived at while researching her new book is not, technically, that we’re not talking to each other. We’re talking all the time, in person as well as in texts, in e-mails, over the phone, on Facebook and Twitter. The world is more talkative now, in many ways, than it’s ever been. The problem, Turkle argues, is that all of this talk can come at the expense of conversation. We’re talking at each other rather than with each other.

As Andrew Sullivan quotes Megan Garber in this blog post.

1 comment:

  1. Alice regarding the pointy-haired boss (in Dilbert): He only listens when he's talking.
    My brother regarding an unnamed relative: Any time the conversation isn't about her she gets bored.