Disconnecting

More than ever, people are looking to disconnect. There are a number of ways to do so, from literal isolation to virtually cutting yourself off from the rest of the world.

By Alexa Published on 25 May 2014 Share

More than ever, people are looking to disconnect. There are a number of ways to do so, from literal isolation to virtually cutting yourself off from the rest of the world. Reacting to constant connection Remaining reachable at all times and able to respond at the swipe of a button – thank you, smartphones –.

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