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                                智能手机已成日常“诱惑” 如何还原工具本色?

                                方绘香(Erika Fry) 2019年04月10日

                                一位记者称,人们必须警惕人与手机之间的关系。

                                要警惕智能手机的破坏?#26434;?#21709;,这?#24378;?#25216;领域记者凯瑟琳·普莱斯从她刚出生的宝宝身上吸取的教训。

                                普莱斯著有《和手机分手的智慧》(How to Break Up With Your Phone)一书。她写书的灵感来?#26434;?#30495;实体验获得的顿悟。当时她一边抱着孩子,一边盯着手机在eBay上浏览仿古门把手。突然,她意识到宝宝在努力沟通,看到的却是自己“面无表情的脸?#20445;?#20063;是一个著名的儿童发育实验研究课题。

                                上周三,普莱斯在圣迭戈举行的《财富》头脑风暴健康大会上指出,人们必须警惕人与手机之间的关系。她说,手机设备应该只是“工具,而不是诱惑”。

                                虽然每个人使用手机的时长和频率各不相同,但普莱斯建议,最好戴上手表或者设闹钟,防止沉?#26434;贗nstagram等社交?#25945;澹?#25110;者毫无意义地玩手机浪费时间。“如果要改变习惯,仅凭意志力是无济于事的。”普莱斯这样认为。

                                与此同时,迪赛尔·佩尔茨开发了一款名为Twenty的应用程序,希望促进人与人面对面的交流,主要面向大学校园。佩尔茨创业是为了让年轻人远离设备,因为他发现在现实生活中,同龄人见朋友比过去要少得多。他打造的平台只注重现在和未来鼓励用户见面,不会出现昨晚聚会的内容(如果你没有获邀参加)。他说,这是为了减少用户因为?#26102;?#31038;交活动而产生负面情绪。(财富中文网)

                                译者:Pessy

                                审校:夏林

                                Be wary of the disruptive downside to smartphones. Science journalist Catherine Price learned that lesson from her newborn.

                                The author of How to Break Up With Your Phone was inspired to write the book after a stark moment of realization while she held her baby and stared at her phone, browsing eBay for antique doorknobs. Price was startled into reality: She was giving her infant “still face”—the subject of a famous experiment in child development—while the baby was trying to bond.

                                Spoke last Wednesday at Fortune’s Brainstorm Health conference in San Diego, Price said people have to be mindful in defining their relationship with their phones. The devices should be “tools, not temptations,” she said.

                                While the duration and intensity of each person’s phone use is different, she recommends wearing a watch or setting an alarm to guard against getting sucked into an “Instagram spiral” or other unfulfilling phone use. “Willpower will get you nowhere when it comes to habit change,” Price said.

                                Diesel Peltz, meanwhile, founded Twenty, an app that is being used—largely on college campuses—to facilitate in-person meetups. He started the company to get young people off their devices, after noticing that people of his generation were seeing friends in real life far less often than in the past. His platform focuses only on present and future meetups—there’s no posting about last night’s party (to which you weren’t invited). It’s an effort, he said, to reduce the negative feelings arising from social comparisons.

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