Your smartphone is addictive. Do you need to “Marie Kondo” your apps, put down the phone altogether, or use it as a “drug” dispensary? DnA takes a tour of hidden LA bars that ban phones, talks with a computer scientist who recommends “digital minimalism,” and meets an app entrepreneur who wants to relieve anxiety with “digital drugs.”
Can you design your way out of smartphone addiction?
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Speakeasies where the prohibition is on phones
The average American spends around three and a half hours on their phone. We use it at home, at the gym, in restaurants, while walking; everywhere in public and private...
Purge your phone: the case for digital minimalism
Some people are trying to dial back on their phone habit by visiting private clubs with no-phone policies.