How often do we become distracted by technology; whether it is by immediately viewing a new text message or clicking on email pop-ups that appear on our screen?
Tristan Harris' Ted Talk suggests that we treat our phones like slot machines constantly refreshing our popups/emails to see 'what we have won.' Being in the recruitment game, the probability of myself becoming distracted is very high.
Do you agree with what is said in this Ted Talk that better designed technology will reduce the probability of becoming distracted?
How often does technology interrupt us from what we really mean to be doing? At work and at play, we spend a startling amount of time distracted by pings and pop-ups — instead of helping us spend our time well, it often feels like our tech is stealing it away from us.