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I was saved in some ways because dating in my family wasn’t something that you did, like my parents didn’t want their kids to date, and I think partly because it was a Chinese immigrant family.I did feel like I had to like boys, but I never really did.JASON: You’re going to be talking about everything dying within 5 years. I went through a sample Jason’s Podsucker collection of podcasts from 2005.Jason’s Podsucker captured around 540 different shows and over 14,000 podcast episodes. Jason figured that as podcasting became more of an official medium, some institution or other would come around and start doing the kind of work that he was doing with the Podsucker. I did some more searching to see if these podcasts are still online today.The book also made a really good point, that we should ask ourselves 'Why? I realised that most of the times I looked at my phone were because I was trying to avoid or ignore something else happening right in front of me. Presenter: I have to confess, that happens to me too. Turning off notifications and becoming aware of when we use our devices. First, my partner and I did a weekend with absolutely no screens. For me, it was a little bit scary at first but it turned out to be a pretty rewarding experience. If a weekend feels too much, maybe just try for an evening. I guarantee, once you've tried it, you'll want to try it again. Presenter: OK, let's pause there then and see what our listeners have to say. But what else are you going to do when you're standing in line at the bank or waiting for your train? You can call us here directly, or send us a message on any of our social media channels ...
And it turns out that all these machines we use to store data – the servers, and the computers, and the hard drives – they all have about the same lifespan.
He says it’s common for people to lose their content when tech companies fold. And you’re giving that to a silo that’s going to go out of business one day and swallow all your archives with it. These are some of the people who are dealing with these issues right now.
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The idea of people taking a digital detox is becoming more and more popular, especially amongst young people – and today we're joined by someone who's tried a number of digital detox activities and is here to give us some advice about it. I guess your work means you need to be online a lot. Apart from the hundreds of emails I get every day, I'm always browsing fashion websites, as well as online videos. That book gave me some really good advice and made me think about trying to change some of my digital habits. I had notifications set up for everything, and it meant I was always being forced to look at my phone.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to disconnect completely? If you have, you may be in need of a digital detox – a total switch-off from all things digital. Presenter: So, Amanda, you work for a fashion magazine in London, right? Amanda: That means turning off alerts, buzzes, alarms or notifications of any kind.