One minute we were writing letters, the next we’re face down in our phones forgetting to talk to those on the other side of the table. And what those of us who experienced life before the digital age forget is that there’s a whole generation who only know life on social media, gaming, communicating via SnapChat etc. It’s a scary thought, because how are they to know what life could be like, was like, and how are they going to connect with the fact that their mental health is suffering and their lives are in some ways out of their control? This timely book describes the best and worst of digital, and how we urgently need to reconnect with nature before humankind ends up as robots.
208pp, 218 x 141 mm, Paperback, 2022, RRP £11.99