Addiction toConnectionA narrative byNatalie Laingimage: stuck in customs (Flickr)
constantly connectedCellphoneshave allowed people to remainto the world around themimage: Grafixar (moregueFile)
But at what point does thebenefitofconnectivityimage: a ̂–ºMiloâ–º (Flickr)
become outweighedby thedetrimentof ADDICTION?image: Bayat (Flickr)
66%of people fear beingseparated from theircellphoneimage: maestropastelero (Flickr)
of people withiPhones wouldrather give upbrushing theirteeth for a weekthan their phone40%image: alles-schlumpf (Flickr)
of people would rathergive up sex than theirphones33%image: mohammadali (Flickr)
75%of people usetheir phoneswhile in thebathroomimage: jonas_k (Flickr)
theconclusionled to by thesestatistics is called ...image: suttonhoo (Flickr)
Nomophobia“the fear of being out of mobile phone contact”image: Tal777 (Flickr)
Nomophobiacanescalateresulting in problems similar to that ofdrug or alcohol addictionsimage: Tom Haymes (Flickr)
stressanxietyconfusionlonelinessisolationcausingimage: bruckerrib (Flickr)
Addiction has become so severe that somepeople experience symptoms similar to“Phantom Limb” Syndromewhen they are without ...
There is no longer anyexcusefor missing atext messagecallor emailimage: romainguy (Flickr)
“If you don’t pick up a girl’s phone call and you’re dating her-- my god expect to buy flowers for her”image: Jose Luis Mie...
The growth in cell-phone phone servicesubscribers just further supports thetrend. In just 2 years the numberof cell phone ...
“They’re not just a consumer tool,erodingour personal relationships.”but are used as a status symbol.They areimage: Sri La...
Thetechnologymeant to bring peopletogetherimage: connection chiceaux (Flickr)
has actuallytornmany apartimage: Aayesha Siddiqui (Flickr)
and with thespeedat which cell phone usage isgrowingimage: Tc Morgan (Flickr)
cellphone addiction is bound to become an evenBIGGERproblem in the futureimage: ecstaticist (Flickr)
so take a moment...image: marcp_dmoz (Flickr)
put down your cellphone...image: TheeErin (Flickr)
and enjoy the NOW.image: szeke (Flickr)
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Natalie laing film 260

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Addiction toConnectionA narrative byNatalie Laingimage: stuck in customs (Flickr)
  • 2. constantly connectedCellphoneshave allowed people to remainto the world around themimage: Grafixar (moregueFile)
  • 3. But at what point does thebenefitofconnectivityimage: a ̂–ºMiloâ–º (Flickr)
  • 4. become outweighedby thedetrimentof ADDICTION?image: Bayat (Flickr)
  • 5. 66%of people fear beingseparated from theircellphoneimage: maestropastelero (Flickr)
  • 6. of people withiPhones wouldrather give upbrushing theirteeth for a weekthan their phone40%image: alles-schlumpf (Flickr)
  • 7. of people would rathergive up sex than theirphones33%image: mohammadali (Flickr)
  • 8. 75%of people usetheir phoneswhile in thebathroomimage: jonas_k (Flickr)
  • 9. theconclusionled to by thesestatistics is called ...image: suttonhoo (Flickr)
  • 10. Nomophobia“the fear of being out of mobile phone contact”image: Tal777 (Flickr)
  • 11. Nomophobiacanescalateresulting in problems similar to that ofdrug or alcohol addictionsimage: Tom Haymes (Flickr)
  • 12. stressanxietyconfusionlonelinessisolationcausingimage: bruckerrib (Flickr)
  • 13. Addiction has become so severe that somepeople experience symptoms similar to“Phantom Limb” Syndromewhen they are without their phoneimage: miss pupik (Flickr)
  • 14. There is no longer anyexcusefor missing atext messagecallor emailimage: romainguy (Flickr)
  • 15. “If you don’t pick up a girl’s phone call and you’re dating her-- my god expect to buy flowers for her”image: Jose Luis Mieza Photography (Flickr)
  • 16. The growth in cell-phone phone servicesubscribers just further supports thetrend. In just 2 years the numberof cell phone users in the US hasincreased by 800% to 225million.image: Glow Plug (Flickr)
  • 17. “They’re not just a consumer tool,erodingour personal relationships.”but are used as a status symbol.They areimage: Sri Lankan Photos (Flickr)
  • 18. Thetechnologymeant to bring peopletogetherimage: connection chiceaux (Flickr)
  • 19. has actuallytornmany apartimage: Aayesha Siddiqui (Flickr)
  • 20. and with thespeedat which cell phone usage isgrowingimage: Tc Morgan (Flickr)
  • 21. cellphone addiction is bound to become an evenBIGGERproblem in the futureimage: ecstaticist (Flickr)
  • 22. so take a moment...image: marcp_dmoz (Flickr)
  • 23. put down your cellphone...image: TheeErin (Flickr)
  • 24. and enjoy the NOW.image: szeke (Flickr)
  • 25. All Photos (except photo 2) are licensed under Creative Commons licensedcontent for noncommercial use requiring attribution and share alike distribution.Photo 2 is a morgueFile free photo.Sourceshttp://www.forbes.com/2008/06/15/cellphone-addict-iphone-tech-wireless08-cx_wt0616addict.htmlhttp://metro.co.uk/2013/03/21/one-in-ten-people-addicted-to-their-smartphone-3553168/http://www.informationweek.com/mobility/smart-phones/smartphone-addiction-takes-hold-over-ame/240002477http://www.socialnomics.net/2012/12/10/how-your-addiction-to-your-smart-phone-affects-your-daily-routine/http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/08/nomophobia-cell-phone-addictio_n_1500670.htmlhttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/9714616/Mobile-phone-addiction-ruining-relationships.html

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