How about some self control? Take some responsibility for your own action. Don't bring your phone to meals. Turn off your phone. Leave it in the other room.
I thought kids who went to Stanford were supposed to be smart
"Historically, Apple has been the one to popularize new features and make them something that every phone consumer expects," the student claims. "Face ID is a good example. Other companies did it before Apple, but once Apple did it, it's like [it became] something we all need to have."
Think about it. Google was from two Stanford students. Google probably promised x amount of $$$ to Stanford if they can figure out how create a viral Apple hit piece. I say it is a success. Even their name is a clue that this is a hit piece. If Haagen Daz don't offer a better discount to Stanford students, they are next.
Heh. In thirty years, one of these lazy, freeloading self-entitled snots will be your president.
From the SSAAD phamplet.Make your phone less addictive now: (1) watch your phone usage, (2) turn off notifications and (3) turn your display to grayscale to minimize dopamine hitsWtf?I think I’m addicted to life. Should I wear monochromatic eyeglasses to reduce dopamine hits from that?
Make your phone less addictive now: (1) watch your phone usage, (2) turn off notifications and (3) turn your display to grayscale to minimize dopamine hits
I think I’m addicted to life. Should I wear monochromatic eyeglasses to reduce dopamine hits from that?
I've tried doing some research on this, since something seemed off about it.
The only stories about this I can find are on tech sites, like AI, MacRumors, 9to5Mac, etc. There doesn't seem to be any mainstream reporting (yet).
The website is a free domain, and whois is obscured via the provider in The Netherlands.
Also, the website is not just monochrome, but also monospace.
Searching on SSAAD gets more hits for a Sony Disk Management agent on Windows than it does for the group.
I'm still not sure what's going on here. It's possible it's a genuine group, but no-one's really paying attention to them. It's also possible that it's a prank, or performance art.
For the record, I don't believe Apple (or Google, or Samsung, or Huawei, or...) are responsible for "Screen Addiction".