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#NoTwitterTuesdays Apple’s most recent upgrade includes a screen time tracker. Call it another way for technology to monitor every single thing we do, or a dashboard that will put things into perspective real fast. Take a peek at my usage from last week: Weekly (screen time) Total: 26 hours 21 minutes Social Media: 9 hours…
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My dad used to tell my little sister and me stories about a magic box that could fly us anywhere in the world. In my head it was a fusion of Return to Oz’s flying moose couch and the Phantom Tollbooth and likely accounted for my childhood obsession with boxes. Simple packages that arrived in the…