The feeling that the doors to social media, gaming and watching films are open 24/7... But the door to reality more and more has an "out of order" sign on it
In the trains, on the trails, in the homes and on the jobs, we are alone at our screens... And everybody seems to think it is fine...
We are connecting to each other more than ever, and at the same time less - And it seems to have a lot to do with digital technology. We simple shift from relating less offline, to more online. But does it work for us?
Slowly communities are changing all over the world. Will we find new ways to get back together, or is loneliness an ever growing trend?
Experts in perception talks about our blindspot, the point in our vision where we can't see. Maybe we are developing a blindspot 2.0 for everything not on a screen
Meeting for coffee is more and more something we do online, but is it really possible to "meet online"?
Mobile phones and technology does not always connect us. It seems often they actually do the opposite
Screen watching seems in many ways to be the new "smoking" something people do in all the breaks and when-ever they can - But is it better or worse for our health?
Did we go from being together to instead sitting on a digital seesaw, sending each other messages, pushing each other up with likes, emoticons and comments, from a distance
With new technology and ways to connect some seniors are choosing a more nomadic life, based on less is more, and supported by digital tools