NYT asks readers to unplug from technology — temporarily: Could you do it?

To coincide with its  feature about the effects of technology on the human brain, The New York Times is asking readers to give up technology and then report about it. “Frame your own challenge: maybe it’s turning off your cellphone for a weekend, or disconnecting from the Internet for a week, or just leaving your social networks for a few days,” the Times writes. “Choose something you’re comfortable with. When you’re plugged back in, record a short video telling us what…

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