Follow-Up: Human Relationships Still Matter the Most

My friend Luke sent this article reinforcing my last post. The tagline is: ’Report reveals 65% of U.S. consumers are spending more time with their computers than with their significant others.’Â�
The paragraph to note is: ’Kelton Research found that 65% of U.S. consumers are spending more time with their computers than with their significant others; moreover, they aren’t very happy with their technology experience…[they] found that consumers are frustrated. A majority of Americans describe their most recent experience with a computer as one of anger, sadness, or alienation.’Â�

Thanks Lukernator!

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