Ben Dolnick

author and journalist

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Ben Dolnick on KCRW

Did you know that the average smartphone user looks at his phone 221 times a day? That’s according to a British study. It’s a number that makes you wonder if we’re all digital addicts.

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Did you know that the average smartphone user looks at his phone 221 times a day? That’s according to a British study. It’s a number that makes you wonder if we’re all digital addicts.

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