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  • Someone in a bubble, or without a phone is sad in a corner
  • Film260 flipbook

    1. 1. Image: Claire (morgueFile)
    2. 2. Researchershave foundthatconstantlychecking formessages isan addiction,which likeother drugscan ruin yourpersonalrelationships.Image: Pushkill (Flickr)
    3. 3. Image: Top5Phone (Flickr)
    4. 4. Rather than turnoff the phoneswhen occupied,people keep themon at all times.They are neverfree. In effect, cellphones nowburden, not freepeople.Image: Sakina (morgueFile)
    5. 5. For some it can become acompulsion and others feelfeelings of withdrawal whenthey are not with their phone.
    6. 6. It is alsoextremelyannoying to thosearound them.Image: Lau Ardelean (Flickr)
    7. 7. Image: Cohdra (morgueFile)
    8. 8. Image: Molly (Flickr)
    9. 9. Image: Geralt (Pixabay)
    10. 10. Image: Marianne Masculino (Flickr)
    11. 11. Image via wpclipart.com
    12. 12. Image: Roeyahram (Flickr)
    13. 13. Image: Michele Ficara (Flickr)
    14. 14. Image: Taliesin (morgueFile)
    15. 15. "Relationships are becoming increasinglytechnology-driven, which decreases thechances that individuals have to connectwith one another on a personal level.Image: Kristen Houghton (Flickr)
    16. 16. Image: Debra (Flickr)
    17. 17. Image: middlewick (morgueFile)
    18. 18. Image: Kara Monroe (Flickr)
    19. 19. Image: Springymobiles (Blog)
    20. 20. Image: Shebaduhkitty (morgueFile)
    21. 21. Image: Fashionation (Flickr)
    22. 22. Image: Brett Sayer (Flickr)

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