Life is not a spectator sport. If you're going to spend your whole life in the grandstand just watching what goes on, in my opinion you're wasting your life. --Jackie Robinson

9 Ways In Which The Culture of Watching Is Changing Us

9 Ways In Which The Culture of Watching Is Changing Us

Sep 11, 2014-- Our constant use of cameras, TVs, computers, and smart devices is affecting our thoughts and behavior to a degree we may not even realize, changing how we identify ourselves and how others understand us. We are watching so many -- and so many are watching us in so many different places and ways -- that watching and being watched fundamentally alter how we think and behave. (31852 reads)


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Take ActionThis week notice the cameras in streets and stores, the cellphones everyone is talking to, and think about how watching helps people and how it hinders them.



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