I don’t live in the moment. I decide to schedule the present to a time in the future simply because I can.
Redesigning Social Media Platforms to Reduce ‘FoMo’
New research has identified the main triggers of this psychological phenomenon, the contexts in which it happens and the types of fears involved in it.
Fairy-Tale Social Media Fantasies Can Demolish Your Confidence, but It’s Not All Bad
Consuming too much social media when users end up comparing their lives to others more glamorous can leave one with bad feelings say researchers. But pretending or fantasising is …
The Art of Distraction
Have we become complicit in our own commodification and reduction?